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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 26, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912012601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 26, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - s r K3 H gtt H z u GENTBAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEM0CRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT w - - TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912. Prisoners Go To ' NUMBER 42. &SK& .- Pen. -1 Make Yj Life Deputy Sheriffs Will Doty andCuiied Robinson took to the penetentiary last &i Friday two prisoners convicted .at the Inst term of the uarrara circuit court and who are to serve from ope to five years each; they were Bob Blythe convicted of breaking into the depot at Paint Lick and Homer Reid who broke into the store of Mr. R. S. Brown in Lancaster. Both were colored. m wua II f R I (1 BR RiMliliSMltojryJiiffiiajg. M 1111 r II al II 3?T1 MMEMMEMl n m Ail m Your Seasonable I ! Y During the long winter months by having us a high standard. He has a warm spot in his heart for home people as was evinced by his bringing us a nice order for a telephone directory and other job work. Prominent "Revenue Man. Again the Peoples Tobacco Bastin was over from Warehouse Reaches the Above the to Hustonville making things folks. at telephone the High Prices for a Basket of manager the is rapidly bringing the service up to Right Man In Right Place. NEEDS Are Provided For In Our Stock. Hill Side Plows, Vulcan Plows, Clinton B. Sunday see Clinton is office local in efficient ville. He is home hum Hustonand To-bacc- o. to install a heating plant in your residence. We are prepared to install the best that can be had. We also install the Pneumatic Water System in your home. We can do any kind of work and are better prepared now than ever before. Let us figure with you when you want work done, and call on us in our new quarters at the old Mason Hotel property, and look over our line of Buggies and Carriages which we are selling cheap. Cnim Lancaster, Ky. Judge R. A. Burdside, the well known Internol Revenue man, was in town Present Weather Keeps Up Prices Are Running So vesterdav looking after some business His duties High That The Sellers Are Anxious to Reach the i in collector Cooper's office. to every part of Kentucky and call him most of Tennessee. He is just unearthing a case at Owensboro where some prominent distillers will be hauled over The People's Tobacco Warehouse 245 pounds at the coals and about ninety thousand 192c dollars have to be paid over to Uncle breaks open extra stong Monday with 240 pounds at 19c Sam. Danville Messenger. the outlook for the rest of the week Average exceptionally good. The best basket In The County Court. Crop of C S. McDonald, of Mercer The will of the late Cap't. Samuel of tobacco sold for 37& cents per county: M. Duncan was admitted to probate. pound, and it was a fine colory grade. He left all of his property to his sister, 249 pounds at 17 c The bidding was spirited throughout 340 pounds at Miss Jennie Duncan. 15C Good tobacco is 340 pounds at The Will of Mr. M. S. Thompson the whole sale. njc was admitted to probate. J. E. Rob- certainly bringing all that it is worth 115 pounds at nc 2G5 pounds at inson was named as extcutor and quali20c this year and all the sellers are de 250 pounds at fied as such. 15C The will of Mr. A. C. Robinson was lighted with the prices their tobacco is 290 pounds at 14JC offered for probate, but owing to the is absence of one of the attesting wit bringing, even if it not of the best Average nesses, Mr. W. R. Cook, and the nec- grade, the prices have been good and essity of the going through with some satisfactory to the farmers. legal formalities, the matter was adCrop of J. W.Hardin, of Mercer Col. W, J. Finch of North Carolina, journed until January 29th, by which county: time the deposition of Mr. Cook can be the versatile auctioneer for the Peoples 70 pounds at 16Jc taken, when the will may be admitted 15 pounds at Co. in Danville Tobacco Warehouse 19Jc to probate. 35 pounds at 20c either has some hypnotic influence or The Market Opened Up Brisk for the WeekThe Tonnage Is Expected To Be Heavy This Week If The , Plow Points, Double Tres, Single Tres, Trace Chains, Hames, Collars, Briddles, Britchen, Back Bands, Collar Pads, Harness, Saddles. Our Stock is Complete and Our Prices Are Right. HflSELDEN ware and Brass. -jji BROS. m $20.69. Very Attractive Prices in Enamelware, Silver- 'DmmmmmnMiMMfmBMMMMMWEi Sin $14.27. The Roughest Road toriMsJ'iilir3; nil , pounds We desire to express our sincere 1U pounds for he certainly succeeds in getting ; gratitude to the kind friends and 345 pounds neighbors, for their kindness during splendid prices for the weed which 70 -- Card Of Thanks. 250 pounds else he is a wonderfully popular man, at at at at 19Jc 16Jc 101c 13C our great sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. C H. Clark, Mr. Mrs. Sam Bourne and Son. and passed under his hammer. This week -fo- Average $15.23 will not cause a break down if the carriage is one of ours. Our carriages are made for hard service, and every test he succeeded in obtaining the unprecedCrop of S. K. Vaught Casey county; ented price of 37J cents per pound of the consignments. We are in- 120 pounds at 37c 60 pounds at 22c wonclined to ascribe his success to his 105 pounds at l8Jc derful popularity, alike with the grow- 50 pounds at 182c 141c ers and buyers, anyway he is obtain 20 pounds at r-some gSXXS338CSt3C8?3 SS3&33Eg33S5 Subscribe for Record ing splendid prices. Crop of Powell & Watts, of Mercer, Average $25.23. Crop of D. however severe but proves it. Think we overrate our carriages? Then ask those now using them. What they say ought to send you here in a hurry for a carriage you can depend on. You'll find the prices right too. 1 f 1N lit of county: J. Walton, Garrard coun- - 1 1 1 PI i 55 pounds 215 pounds 120 pounds 75 65 at at at , - 30c ty; pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at 150 pounds a- t180 pounds at 245 145 155 125 45 215 165 265 24c 23c 20c 20c 19c 295 50 175 190 195 300 175 pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds Bt pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at 13c 19c 16c 17Jc If you want your buggy or wagon repaired or your horse shod quick, bring them to us. ' - 24c 192c 21c 192c 201c I7c 14c 10c 15c W. J. Romans. We Write Any Kind of 19fc 18c j 18c Average $19.80 Average$17.50 Crop of Delaney & Williams, Boyle J y Crop of Fields & Grays, of Mercer county: county: 205 280 230 365 180 105 140 250 155 250 r H.X Logan STILL ON IN FULL BLAST. If pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at - 210 pounds 19Jc 325 pounds 19c 270 pounds 181c 225 pounds 12c 355 pounds 14c at at at at at lljc 142c 161c 19c 101c INSURANCE Office at National Bank. at at at at at 15Jc 18c 14e Crop of, R. W. Harberson and 13c 161c Brooks Boyle county: Average $14.25 BEAZUEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. James A Great 20Jc 161c 192c 17c 18Jc 182c 19c Lincoln County Horse. Average Crop of Bright $15.75. & Bell, of you want to save Money on county; 335 325 265 330 335 335 290 320 260 230 310 185 285 240 840 320 305 310 CLOTHING, -- , HITS - and FURNISHING GOODS call on him. Prices fifty per cent lower than any house in Lancaster. TERMS CASH. pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at - ' " : ' - 145 145 110 Boyle 15 90 185 18c 215 20c 355 21Jc 300 21c pounds pounds pounds pounds pouuds pounds pounds pound.9 at at at at at at at at at 9c 14Jc pounds 21Jc 22Jc 26c 23c Average $15.25 at at at -- at at at at at at Crop of, R. B. Taylor, Casey county: 18c 21c 17c i , 20Jc 240 pounds 20c 215 pounds 21c 155 pounds 19Jc 435 pounds at at at - at 19c 355 pounds at at at - 12c 81c 132c at at at 19fc 270 pounds 19Jc 1125 pounds 19c 100 pounds 21c 19Jc 13c at 19Jc Average $14.00 . Ih. t. I LOGAN rsi Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated. CARROLL PRESTONr 4383. I. M. Dunn, President. DANVELLI, .KENTUCKY. A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show rin. There were no better rings ac colts sesn in a ring last year than those exhibited at Lancaster by Carroll Prtston. He is by Preston 922, by Washington.-54- , Cromwell 73,- Washington1 Denmark 64; 1st dam baby Pence 7049, by EnochvAr v den, 2nd dam by AlmonkForrest. Carroll Preston is owned by W. 0. WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky. - T r- -. .v s. . I - :grz kf -- ei r. 'jr.KHr- - -. x-- 'T-i-;- 4i -- CW"-vi J- & Mr' the world is becoming more charitable Lost Your Store Teeth? Locates In Bryanlsville. Ae-KtfOA-B! every day; organizations are springing Dr Bradley Montgomery who has Uncle Irvine Miller, a worthy vo!d into existence all over the land, having incorporated. been paactising medicine at Paint Lick colored man brought to this office a set ! i 1.00 a year. for their object the relief of suffering has decided to locate at Bryantsville. Issued Weekly. of false teeth which he found. They and distress; wealthy u en, philanthyj;4SgJ3-fr- j j in ' ? vT-fe1Dr, Montgomery is s son of tho elder GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor ropists, and donating iarge 3ums of Dr Montgomery who resided in the do not belong to any one in this o3Icc & Ciark as the entire force hayo good teeth of money to the cause of charity are enCartersville section, and who was one tneir own, with the exception of the fiiteio.ini tiiP l ifil. in UmCiisiti Kv dowing colleges, hospitals and librariEugene, the bright little nine year 35 the best know'n and most highly re- assistant Editor, wher has his fastened aa Secoud Class Mail .Matter. es, seeking to establish, institutions of old son of Mr and Mrs. C. Clark.diedat spected citizens of that locality. Fol- in, so it these teeth are claimed and Member Kentucky Press Association where the worthy poor may have edu- lowing in the footsteps pf his fatherT proven they will be delivered to the the home of Mr. Samnle J. Bourne on cational advantages; the various oraud young Dr. graduated in medicine a owner if they will call at this office and the Danville pike last Saturday night ... - j? j ii ganizations seek to relieve the cases of the Eighth District Publishers League. n few years agoNind has been tempor- leave a suitable reward for the finder. ui uipinena, anu the remains were suffering and distress which are brought terrfd in the Lancaster cemetery arily located at Paint Lick until he to their notice; and they relieve in .an Lancaster, Ky., January 26, 1912. Sunday afternoon. Mr. Clark is a :on Held la $5G0. Bond. intelligent manner, a manner which it could find a suitable- location. The TEE GREAT HUPMOBILE. of Mr. William Clark formerly of this S Bryantsville will find in people is for an individual to adopt Bradley of Just landed in Nevr York after finishing a journey around the Montgomery a clever affable The examining trial ofThomas Rals- county and ho married a daughter of Rates For Political Announcements ecJ3e of the fact that he has not world a distance of 40000 miles in sixteen months, carrying four pas ton, "who killed" George Finiey in a Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bourne. The For Precinct and City Offices . . . .? 5.00 time to devote to an investigation of gentleman and a good physician, and difficultyat Paint Lick on January 6th, sengera and full touring equipment. You cannot get around this if bereaved parents who now reside in we predict for him unmeasured success For County Offices 10.00 the worthiness of the applicant. In you want a GOOD CAR at a moderate price. Two, four and five v was held,,before county Judge A. D. Faette county have a host of friends in his new home. For State and District Offices 15.00 e cities public begging is prohibited, passenger models. Ford on last Saturday and Ralston was anu. relatives nere wno deeply sympa10 if there is distress or suffering and the For Calls, per line admitted to bond in the sum of $500. to thize witn them in the loss of their We Need The Money. For Cards, per line I", victims will ""I"! "F tn flip nrnner snnrpp. nnnlv j await the action of the grand jury at manly little son. j The Record is sending out stateFor all publications in the intertheir wants will be supplied, and in due jfeKwCOi WAWtf&WAfcfc; the next term of the Garrard circuit est of individuals or exprestime measures will be provided which ments to its subscribers who are in court. Ralston gave the bond requirMason. sion of individual views, per will enable them to care for themselves, arrears. We are doing this not to an- ed. The defendant was represented line .10 if thev are old, decrepit or disabled, noy any one, but because we need the by Judge Lewis L. Walker and Messrs Hugh L. Mason was born in LancasObituaries, per line .05 there are homes and institutions where money. It take3 money to run a printJas. I. Hamilton and H. Clay Kauff ter Kentucky January 1st. 1&53 and they may be placed and care exercised ing office just the same as it does any man, while County Attorney Jos. E. died in Chicago 111, Januaryl919 12 of other business. We have obligations Robinson appeared for the commonlor their comlort. ANNQTJNCEME N TS Brights Disease. He was the second In this respect this is rapidly grow-- 4 which must be met, our office force wealth. Mrs. Rodney Griggs, sister For County Judge. ing to be a better world, men aie be- must be paid and paid promptly, and in of Mr. Ralston, who was accidentally son of James B. and Elizabeth Low-aorder to do this we must keep up our shot while endeavoring to stop the Mason. At the age of 16 years Jan 1st. We are'authorized to announce Clay- coming more humane, are learning to 1809 he entered the office of Col E. D. collections. You may think the small difficulty, is recovei ing rapidly. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- entertain a more kindly feeling for Kennedy as deputy clerk of Garrard you owe does not amount to ty Judge of Garrard County subject to their less fortunate fellow man, and amount Ciicuit Court where he remained two much, and it does, not but all these small are seeking to place him in more comMiss Higgins Announces. the action of the democratic party. years, and in April 1871 he secured amoudts placed together constitute our fortable circumstances. The announcement of Miss Jennie through the influence of Hon. Allen A. We are authorized to announce In the last few years the march of income, and we depend upon them to James A. Beazley as a candidate for charity has taken rapid strides; but a "keep the pot biling", so please mail Higgins for the democratic nomina- Burton a position in the Treasury DeCounty Judge of Garrard county, sub- few short years ago such a thing as a us check for the amount, be it ever so tion for County School Superintendent partment at Washington and while ject to the action of the Democratic charity organization was not known small, and we assure you it will be ap- appears in this issue of the Record. there under the advice of said Miss Higgin's efficiency as a Superin- Buiton.he studied law and attended the party. outside the great cities, now every lit- preciated. It is easy for the housewife when she tendent has been fully demonstiated night law school at GeorgetownUniversi tle town which can boast a few thousrouble For Produce Dealer. during her present term of office and ty and graduated at said school June For Sheriff. and inhabitants supports such an or1875, he had as instructors and advisers makes bread from the products of the During the recent extremely cold during a part of an unexpired term We are authorized to announce C. A. ganization; it is but a matter of time which she served in place of Miss in law Jas II. Embry and Samul F. when these various organizations will weather Mr. H. B. Northcott the local Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Mattie Dunn. She has given splendid Miller associate Justice of the Supreme Garrard County, subject to the action be amalgamated, will be merged into produce dealer has had more than his satisfaction to both the public and the Court of the United States. In Sepone great institution having for its one share of trouble incident to the weathof the Democratic party. great purpose the elimination of suffer- er conditions; a car of eggs which he teachers connected with the schools of tember 1875 he removed to Chicago and We are authorized to announce ing and distress, the ameliorating the shipped to the city markets was frozen the county, and if the democrats of the engaged in the practice of law which I 111 I1U Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff suffering of the poorer class, the edu- en route, thereby entailing considerable county should deem it wise to place her he followed until his death. He was W UI succeed herself, we successful in his profession and had a! of Garrard county, subject to the ac- cation of their children and the general loss; on several occasions, wagons in nomination to confident she would continue the large practice until 20 years before his j S tion of the democratic party. upbuilding of the human race, and which he sent out through the country feel good work and keep the schools up to death he engaged largely in the real .g Lancaster, Kentucky. ... "i !?. We are authorized to announce W. when this time comes, the professional to gather up produce encountered mis- the high standard which she has ren- estiwe !...: t.. uusmess on in.s own responsiDiuiy i .j L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard and itinerant solictor of alms will be haps in the shape of slick roads and dered material aid in bringing them. On October 9th. 1830 he married Miss county, subject to the action of the done away with, a rigid investigation frozen creeks, thereby delaying them HSfrriJ Susan H. Shelby of Lincoln county who 'fUll M1gSKt&I2J he will not be able to stand, and he and causing their contents to freeze, democratic party. died several yeais aro. Thev had no Here In His Old Home. will be forced to either go to work or anl to cap the climax, in the section of Has Many Friends children. He leaves his mother and be placed in one of the various penal the county where there is always the The following short account of the For Assessor. three brothers, W. B., Geo. T. and institutions provided for such derelicts. greatest quantity of eggs pioduced wedding of Mr. Ed. G. Doty is taken Benjman Mason to mourn his death. We are authorized to announce Dave But of the uncharit- there is at present a near tanune, m from the Reeves County Record. Peace to his ashes. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor able minded may only come to pass by the Buckeye section where he usually Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in the After funeral service at the grave by of Garrard county subject to the ac- - one looking into their own heart and gets at least 25 cases of eggs, he is on- Pastors study at the Baptist church, Rev. F. M. Tinder on Sunday afternoon a We will send you the tion of the democratic party. seeing the error of their way, by ly able to get one or two ca?es at a with a few relatives and special friends his remains were placed at rest in the &. Rev. J.,B. Cole said the imstriving to upbuild his fellow man trip. present. We are authorized to announce Mr. Lancaster cemetery. portant word that made Miv Ed. Doty E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- rather than to add to his afflictions, by Fire In County. and Miss Laura Stiles man and wife. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, ceasing to gossip about the frailties Wiseman Lands Plum. and shortcomings, of his neigbors, and On last Thursday morning about ten This young happy couple have many subject to the action of the dejnocratic 3 by following the golden rule of "doing o'clock parsers by discovered the roof friends who wish them all the joy life party. After a fight which has lasted for unto others as you would have others of Mr. Russell R. Denton's house at can bring. three years, during which time Senator We are authorized to announce J. B. do unto you." Miss Stiles is the niece of Mrs. W. Hackley in this county to be in flames, Bradley has stood solidly for him and Collier as a candidate for the nominaC. Welbourne and is a very charming The Niles bill providing for the ex- thpy hastened to the house" and notified refused to accept either substitute or tion for assessor of Garrard county, and accomplished young lady. compromise, Winston Welch Wiseman tension of the County Unit law passed the occupants, they being only Mr. Six months for $1.75, Three months subject to the action of the democratic The Record extends sincerest wishes the lower house of the Kentucky leg- Denton and his wife, and both were and congratulations and hope thaC the has been appointed Internal Revenue party. islature last Friday with a whoop, by a unawaro of their impending danger. eigtn district to suc - rgood leap year will bring happiness to collector tor the Please let us have your subscription. We are authorized to announce W. majority of 51 votes, seventy ceed the present incumbent. J. Shermembers The fire when discovered had gained many of our lonely bachelor friends. j 3 1. Huffman for a candidate for assess- voting for and 19 against it. The bill such headway as to be beyond control, man Cooper. Mr. Wiseman will sucor of Garrard county subject to the now goes to th senate with splendid and all that could be done was to get Ed's manyLancaster friends congrat ceed to the office on Feb. 1st. He was ulate him on his retirement from single nominated by action of the Democratic party. chances for its passage by that body, out a few household goods on the lower the president on Tuesday and hope that eie long cussedness, when it will go to the Governor for his fioor. The hoube was burned to the of this week and his nomination conthey will hae the pleasure of meeting For Magistrate. firmed by the senate the same day. signature, after which it will become a ground. Mr. Denton carried insurance s: to the amount of $1500. on the house the lady of his choice. law. If the "wet" members can ac- We. are authorized to announce Thei e was never a more popular boy . .. i and $300. on eis furniture, which will .i John N. White as a candidate for , compusn tneir uesires tne bill will not nothing like reimburse him for his loss. than Ed. Doty left Lancaster, genial, Magistrate, in the first district of Gar-- have as easy sailiK as it had in the This is the second handsome residence open hearted and a good companion he rard county, subject to the action 0f ' house, but it is thought that they are this clever gentleman has lost by fire in made friejids with every one with whom powerless, however, they will concen- the democratic party. He is a son of he came in contact. Uate their energies in an effoi t to de- - the last twenty years. He will rebuild Cap't. J. A. Doty of this place and is in the spring. We are authorized to announce Wal- -' lay its passage. H related to many of the best familes I ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis An Innovation. of the county, and everyone who knows trate in the first district of Garrard him will rejoice over the fact that he No. Scarcity Of Coal. A merry party from Bryantsville County, subject to of the is making a success in the lone star In the years heretofore the extreme- consisting of Messrs R. I. Burton and democratic partv. state. Be is in tl e land and live stock ly cold weather in this section was wife. Chas Dean and wife, N. P. Cobb of the business, being the secreta-iWe are authorised to announce Ship-to- n usually accompanied by by a coal fam- and wife, M. O. Kennedy and wite, , W. D. Hudson Land and Live Stock H. Estes as a candidate for Magi ine and an accompanying in and Misses Elizabeth Bryant, Florence strate, in the first district of Garrard prices; however on the occasionraise the ,Ballard and M, E. Farley formed a Co., one of Pecos' most thriving conof cerns. The president, Mr. W. D. Hudcounty, subject p the action of the these conditions did "hay ride" to Lancaster on Wednes son, is a nephew of Mr. Wm. A. Todd , recent cold snap democratic party. week. The frolic was ornot prevail, the local dealers being able day Sr. of Paint Lick section of this county, We are authorized to announce to supply all demands and at a reason- iginally intended to be a sleigh ride, Charles C. Becker as a candidate for able price, good coal being obtained at butHhe" weather prevented, and not to "Give Freely. Magistrate in the second district of 15 cents per bushel, and a lower grade be thus cheated out of their pleasure, It is very otten a source or comJ Garrard county, subject to the acti6n for less money. This fact is accounted they concluded to turn it into a hay by people putting in their supply of ride. The merry party took supper at plaints among our good citizens that for of the democratic party. coal during the summer months, and the Kengarlan, after which they at- the demands are too great upon .them . by the facts that there are many more tended the picture show. By this time for their help and support towards obFor School Superintendant. raining in torrents, but nothing ject of charity and public interests, dealers in town, and out through the We are authorized to announce Miss cuumy hi, every ruuruu siauun mere daunted, they improvised a cover for which are, they admit in themselves Jennie Higgins as a candidate for is a dealer who suppreh the demands the wagon by means of a large tar- but pecuniarily, too draining on the School Superintendant for Garrard of his local trade. paulin and returned home dry and system. county, subject to the action of the F. Ware, Boyle County Average $14.64 3,215 lbs comfortable. We are glad to see our That it is a great thing to live Ranks Rapidly Thinning. Democratic party. d out in the county adopt- all agree. The accumulation of friends Ed Buchanan, Lincoln 1,390 lbs 251.10. 18.00 c'.vi ization of the ages has been During the Civil War. 2,213,365 pat- ing this manner of recreation, and hope " 1,400 lbs Smith, Irxine 6c Wilder, Boyle 15.70 Charily. riots, wearing the blue, fought in the that the visit will not only be repeated the legacy of the past, it drew the by this crowd, but that they will git hearts blood of its heroes somewhere defense of the Federal flag. Of all Charity is a virtue of which we hear R. L. & W. C. Eandley, Boyle 2,235 lbs 372.56. 16.67 others to join them, and that their ex- sometime. And now must we not pass very little except when it is brought to those who entered the fierce and bloody ample will be followed by residents of it on and join in this world wide spirit " Vernon Lear, Lincoln, 1,035 lbs 171.51. 16.57 our notice by some peculiarly distres- internecine strife to maintain an un- other'parts 0f the county. There is of progress? divided country there are but 553,341 sing demand for it, or some stri.igent living to recount the battles lbs R. E. Purdom, Boyle 73.50. 15.00 Did it ever occur to you that the from Bull always some attraction here to instate of circumstances, such for inRun to Appomattox, and of those terest them, and the people will wel- harmony of nature, the brotherhood of " Brummet & Bradshaw, Mercer 1,385 lbs 212.40. 15.35 stance as the distressingly seall but 23,457 were come and do all they can to make their man, and the Fatherhood of God turns vere weather, during which, but for 553,341 survivors visits pleasant. Such excursions have apen the one word, give. The flowers 690 lbs. 121.09. 17.55 A. Johnson, Boyle charity some within our confines would borne upon the Government's pension a tendency to cement more strongly give out their sweet' perfume, their rolls at the close of the fiscal year, " have suffered. And yet charity is a 730 lbs. 117.94. Pelphrey & Rice, Garrard 16.38 the social bonds between tee people of buds and blossoms, the birds their hapnecessary adjunct to Christianity, one June 30, 1911. Last year 35,243 sur- the town and county. py song, not stingily but in the fullnes " K. S. Woods, Salvisa 17.00 2,860 lbs can lay but small claim to being a viving pensions of the Civil War had of their power, and shall not "man, ' at taps sounded for them, nearly 100 each christian unless he be charitable. Hold Lee And tuned to nature give out of the richness" day being summoned to take their Local Chapter IT. D. "And now abidcth fotth "ui'v 41WU .l- - t tu,l,,, riAnA nnrl r,Tl 11I. J aI of his soul. Give! Giye from the heart Jackson Memorial Service. charity, these three; but the greatest "?T-! of over SIX e give something that counts, a part of ow at of these is charity". The word charity ' The Mary Walker Price Chapter of yourself, your intellect, your cheer, . ceui, per tiiiiuiii, aim wiin me av ri does not mean the Ktv.i.g ui amis ,jer erage age of those now surviving be- the U. D. C. held a Lee and" Jackson your sympathy, your smiles, your We have been told by tobacco buyers who get reports daily that we have the best alone, there is charity of word as well ing three score and ten, in less than Memorial Service on the afternoon of tears, and the good book for it will reas of deed, and there is no man more market in the state. We have representative buyers from Liggett &. Myers American Totwenty years perhaps, Congress will the 19th, at the home of the Mesdmes turn unto you as "the bread cast upon charitable than he who spreads the bacco Co., P. Lorriland &. Co , R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., besides several Independent Faccalled upon to appropriate for Frisbie. The programme was befit- the waters." broad mantle over the short comings of not be In childhood's memory is cherished pensioning of a single man who wore ting the occasion opening with devotitories and bidding is spirited on alfrgrades. We know we can get you the top price for your his neighber, who makes allowances the blue from '61 to '65. Each yea: J onal exercises conducted by the presi- the beautiful old Greek legend, the Tobacco. Experienced packers to put your Tobacco on Sale in the most attractive style, for his discrepancies and seeks to point story of Philemon and Baucus. Two because of advanced age, the per cent dent Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie. and an Auctioneer without Peer in Kentuck Col. R. E. Holland will get al1 that-- it will posout to him his wrong doing in a kindly A very entertaining paper on travelers, weary and worn with the1 way rather than censure him. Charity of Qeaths increases, and each year the E. Lee was written by Mrs. Robert sibly bring and take a personal interest in every grower who sells with us. Don't take our J. L. heat of the day at dusk were passing of the ly "rejoiceth not in iniquity", and while ranks thin. old yeterans grow sorrow- Riley, where the best averages are word, ask any unprejudiced man who follows the sale-daifully but in the absence of Mrs. Riley throu a village. They went from house it condemns that iniquity, it seeks to read by Mrs. E. C. Gaines; a review to house but no door was opened unto questions the pounds and averages above, ask the sellers made. If any doubting thomas Solyes A Deep Mystery, remedy it rather than to make it worse of Mary Johnson's book, "The Long them; finally theypaused at the humble themselves, or better, come and examine our books and if we don't verify them will give , .... ..u.,.. u ever "I want to thank you from the bbt-ca- Roll", including Mrs. Jackson's cot, the home of Philemon and Baucust $100.00 to Danville's Charity Organization. Yours fora square deal. of rehearsing to every one we tom of roy heartf wrote B Rad protests on the novelists who bade them enter and out of their meet the errors of jour fellow man, of Lewisburg. W. Va.. "foFThe wond-th- e herliusband's character, the scant store, offered them hospitality error by constant rehearsal be-- 1 erful double benefit j t from EIectric review of by Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie; the one pitcher of milk. The strangers read comes more grievous in the eyes of the Bitters, in curing me of both a severe a poem on the two Confederate Gener- drained their glasses, and lo! as oft world. No more uncharitable person case of stomach trouble and of rheuma-exist- e als rendered by Mrs. B. F "Hudson; the pitcher was emptied was it filled than the gossip, who goes about t5sm from wh5ch x had beeir&n a,most appropriate musical seIeetions"byMiss agaip and again; The scales fell from retailing the misfortunes and short- - . helpless sufferer fbr ten years. Incorporated. Katie Lee Denny; an impfomptn the old people's eyes and they beheld It of his fellowman; this class of ed my case though made just for me feature in the way of d old fash-ioh- the radiance and the glory of the cel people may donate much of his worldly For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 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HL. irSi, ..".iljtX'Vi-K- X Ik "Maybe, Darling," h.e drawled, and turned to make bis own, preparations. Fascinated and useless, Dick looked FLYING MERCURY Br Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" Illustration By Co.) RAY WJILTERS (Copyright. H10. by BobU-iUrrt- SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I. The story opens on Long Island near New York City, where Miss Emily Ffrench. a relative of Ethan jrrencn, manufacturer of the celebrated Mercury" automobile. loses her way. The car has ctopped and her cousin Dick Ffrench is too muddled with drink to direct it aright. They meet another car which is run by a professional racer named Lestrange. The latter Axes up the Ffrench car and directs Miss Ffrench how to proceed homeward, but seeing that her cousin is in no condition to accompany her. forcibly detains Dick Ffrench, for which the young lady Is if r r CHAPTER H. Ethan Ffrench has dis- Inherited his. son. who has disappeared. He Is growing old and tells Emily that che is the only one of the family to whom he can leave his wealth. He Informs her plainly that he would like to . on the business. Dick Is a but irresponsible fellow. CHAPTER HI. It appears that a partner of Ethan Ffrench. wanting an expert to race with the "Mercury" at auto events, has engaged Lestrange. and at the Ffrench factory Emily encounters the young man. They refer pleasantly to their first meeting when Dick comes along and recognizes the young racer. CHAPTER rv. Dick likes the way Lestrange Ignores their first meeting when he appeared to a disadvantage. They become quite friendly and Lestrange tells Emily that he will try to make something out of her Indifferent cousin and educate him as an automobile expert. CHAPTER V. Dick undertakes his business echooling under the tutelage of Lestrange. Dick Is sheer grit, and in making a test race meets with an accident. Lestrange sticks to him bravely, and Dick guessing that his friend loves Emily disclaims any intention of marrying her. CHAPTER VI. Lestrange comes upon EmJly In the moonlit garden of the Ffiench home. Under an impulse he cannot control he kisses her and she leaves him. confessing in her own heart that she returns his love. CHAPTER VII. The uncle of Emily, learning of her attachment to Lestrange. Informs her that the man is his disbarred on. whom she has never seen being adopted by him. He claimsbefore his that ,son ran away with a dissolute actress, refuses to acknowledge him, and orders Emily to think of Dick as her future husband. good-natured, few moments; until Lsetr&ige was in bis seat and Rupert swung in beside bim. Then a gesture summoned him to the side of the machine. "Me?" "I'll run In again before we race, "I can't do it. You, of course." of course," said Lestrange to him, "You could," Dick answered. "I've above the deafening noise of the motor. "Be around here; I want to see been thinking how you and I will run that factory together. It's all stuff you." about your going away; why should r Rupert leaned out, "all once more as he pointed to the ma- you? You and your father take me as Junior partner, yon know I'm not chine. "Got a healthy, talk, what?'' he es. big enough fpr anything ejse." "You're man's size," "Lestrange as Tilted." sured, a hand on his shoulder. "But The car darted forward. h, it won't do. I'll not forget the A long round of applause welcomed never." Lestrange's swooping advent on the tract Handkerchiefs and scarfs were "All on!" a dozen voices signaled: waved; his name passed from mouth men scattered in every direction as Lestrange sprang to his place. to mouth. The hourd passed on the wheels of "Popular, ain't he?" chuckled a mechanic next to Dick. "They don't for- excitement and suspense; When Le- - j strange came in again, only a watch get that Georgia trick, no, sir." It was not many times that the convinced Dick that It was midnight. "You gave the order?" Lestrange cars could circle the track. Quarter blew from whistles and klax- asked. of six "Yes." ons, signal flags sent the cars to their He descended, taking off his mask camps for the last time before the and showing a face white with farace. "Come here," Lestrange beckoned tigue under the streaks of dust and to Die!--, as he brought his machine grime. shuddering to a standstill before the "I'll be all right in half an hour," tent. "Here, close we've got a mo-- . he nodded, in answer to Dick's exclamation. "Send one of the boys for m""t while they fill tanks." He unhooked his goggles and leaned coffee, will you, please? Rupert needs over as Dick came beside the wheel, some, too. Here, one of you others, the face so revealed bright and quiet ask one of those idle doctor's appren-- 1 in the sunset of glow. tlces to come over with a fresh band"One never can tell what may hap- age; my arm's-- trifle untidy." pen," he said. "I'd rather tell you In fact, his right sleeve was wet now than chance your feeling after--' and red, where the strain of driving ' ward that I didn't treat you quite had reopened the injury of the day besquarely In keeping still. I hope you fore. But he would Dick to won't take it is my father did; we've speak of it. been good chums, you and I. I am "I'm going to spend an hour or two your cousin, David Ffrench." resting. Come in, Ffrench, and we'll The moment furnished no words. chat In the Intervals, If you like." Dick leaned against the car, absolute "And Rupert? Where's he?" Dick ly limp. wondered, peering into the dark with "Of course, I'm not going back to a vague impression of lurking dangers Ffrenchwood. After this race I shall on every side. go to the Duplex company; I used to "He's hurried in out of the night be with them and they've wanted me air," reassured familiar accents; a back. Your company can get along small figure lounged across Into the without me, now all is running well light, making vigorous use of a dripindeed, Mr. Ffrench has dismissed ping towel. "Tell Darling I feel faint me." His firm lip bent a little more and I'm going oven to firmly. "The work I was doing is in cafe a la car to get some pie. I'll be your hands and Bailey's; see it back in time to read over my last through. Unless you too want to lesson from the chauffeur's correbreak off with me, we'll have more spondence school. Oh, see what's time to talk over this." here!" "Break off!" Dick straightened his A telegraph messenger boy had good-humooffer,-thougI ( I a or at th methodical flurry .obo next tufti my machjnef ever- - to the other-pian,And I won't hava him wrecking ti,t for me. I wait you, ap owner, to. gi,ve him absolute orders to do no speeding; let him hold a fiftytwo mile an hour average until I take the wheel again." Til Javfi to comp-jntB- " rest some, pad,, . hoping his broncho machine pitched-hiclear from the Reworks." "When the Mercury car swung in, a moment later, Lestrange lingered for a last "Word to Dick. Tm engaged to "Emily," he said, gravely. "I don't know what she will near of me; if anything happens, I've told you the truth. I'm old enough to see It now. And 1 tried to square things." I -' not-allo- w that-grand-st- come up to Dick. "Sign, please." "Richard Ffrench?" he verified. CHAPTER VIII. start of the Beach race. And it was Just seventeen minutes past five Six o'clock was the hour set for the Ay r V U ' when Dick Ffrench, hanging in a frenzy of anxiety over the paddock fence circling the inside of the mile oval, uttered something resembling a howl and rushed to the gate to signal his recreant driver. From the opposite side of the track Lestrange waved gay return, making his way through the officials and friends who pressed around him to shake hands or slap his shoulder caressingly, jesting and questioning, calling directions and advice. A brass band played noisily in where the crowd the grand-stanheaved and surged; the racing machines were roaring In their camps. "What's the matter? Where were you?" cried Dick, when at last Le strange crossed the course to the central field. "The cars are going out now for the preliminary run. Ruperts nearly crazy, snarling at everybody, and the other man has been getting ready to start instead of you." "Well, he can get unready," smiled Lestrange. "Keep cool, Ffrench; I've got half an hour and I could start now. I'm ready." He was ready; clad in the khaki costume whose Immaculate daintiness gave no hint of the certainty that before the first six hours ended It would be a wreck of yellow dust and oil. As he paused In running an appraising glance down the street-likrow of tents, the driver of a spotless white car shot out on his .way to the track, but halted opposite the latest arrival to Ftrctch a cordial hand. "I hoped a trolley car had bitten yoii." he shouted. "The rest of us would have more show If you got lost on the way, Darling." The boyish driver at the next tent looked up as they passed, and came grinning over to give his clasp. "Get a move on; what you been do-iall day, dear child? They've been gjvin' your manager sal volatile to hold him still." He nodded at the agitated Dick In ironic commiseration. "Go get out your car, Darling; I want to beat you," chaff ed the next In line. "'Strike up the band, here comes a driver" sang another, with an entrancing French accent Laughing, retorting, shaking ha-with each comrade rival, Lertir,u;a went down the row to his ov..i tent. At his approach a swarm of mechanics from the factory stood back from the Jong, low, gray car, the driver who was to relieve him during the night and day ordeal slipped down from the d, close-fittin- g e white-c'othe- d n' ds seat and unmasked. m Vr &ttb lr V. LV "He's here," announced Dick superfluously. "Rupert Where's Rupert? LeDon't tell me he's gone now strange " But Rupert was already emerging fromr the tent with Lestrange's .gaunt-jet- s and cap, his expression a study in the sardpnlc. "t hurts me fieroe to think how you foust- have hurried," he observed. ''Did you walk bofh ways, or only all three? I!m no Eve, but I'd give a pnake an apple to know where you've been, all day." "Would you?" queried Lestrange p prpyoklngly, clasping the goggles his eyes. "Well, I've-- spent the jast Jwo hours pn the Coney Island beach, about three squares from here, patching the kiddles play In the Band. J didn't fee.1 like driving just then. It was mighty soothing, too." Rupert stared, at" him, a dry unwilling smile 'slowly crinkling his dark be-for- fce. 2T The message was from New York. "All coming down," Dick read. "Limousine making delay. Wire me at St. Royal of race. Bailey." Far from "pleased, young Ffrench hurriedly wrote the desired answer and gave it to the boy to be sent. But he thrust the yellow envelope into his pocket before turning to the tent where Lestrange was drinking cheap black coffee while an impatient young surgeon hovered near. The hour's rest was characteristically spent. Washed, bandaged, and refreshed, Lestrange dropped on a cot in the back of the tent and pushed a roll of motor garments beneath his head for a pillow. There he Intermittently spoke to his companion of whatever the moment suggested; listening a to every sound, of the race and inter'1 spersing acute comment, starting up "Water," He Demanded Tersely. whenever the voice of his own machubby figure. "Break off with you, chine hinted that the driver was disobeying instructions or the shrill klaxLes "-But "Go on. My name is Lestrange now on gave warning of trouble. through it all Dick gathered much of and always." A shriek from the official klaxon the family story. "My mother was a Californian," Lesummoned the racers, Rupert swung back to bis seat. Dick reached up his strange once said, coming back from hand to the other in the first really a tour of inspection. "She was twenty dignified moment of his life. times as much alive as any Ffrench "I'm glad you're my kin, Lestrange," that .ever existed, I've been toldv I he said. "I've liked you anyhow, but fancy she passed- - that quality on to I'm glad, just the same. And I don't me you know she died when I was care what rot they say of you. Take born for I nearly drove the family care of yourself." mad. They expected the worst of me, Lestrange bared his hand to return and I gave the best worst I had. But," the clasp, his warm smile flashing to he turned to Dick the clear candor of his cousin; then the swirl of prepara- his smile, "it was rather a decent tion swept between them and Dick worst, I honestly believe. The most next saw him as part of one of the outrageous thing I ever did was to throbbing, flaming row of machines lead a set of seniors in hoisting a cow before the judges' stand. into the dean's library one night, and It was not a tranquillzing experi- bo get myself expelled from college." ence for an amateur to witness the "A cow?" the other echoed. start, when the fourteen powerful cars "A fat cow, and It mooed," he sprang simultaneously for the first stuffed the pillow Into a more comcurve, struggling for possession of the fortable position. "Is that our car narrow track in a wheel to wheel con. running in? No, It's just passing. If test where one mistouch meant the Frank doesn't wreck my machine, I'll wreck of many. After that first view, get this race. And then, the same Dick sat weakly down on an oil barrel week, my chum and roommate ran and watched the race in a state of away with a Doraflora girl of some vafascinated endurance. riety show and married her. I was so I The golden and violet sunset melted romantic myself at twenty-one- , pearl-likinto tr,e black cup of night. helped him through with it He was The glare of many searchlights made wealthy and she was pretty; it seemed the track a glistening band of white, to fit. I believe they've stayed marBut around which circled the cars, them- ried ever since, by the way. selves gemmed with white and crim- somehow the reporters got affairs son lamps. The cheers qf the peo- mixed and published me as the brideple as the lead was taken by one fa- groom. Have you got a cigar? , I vorite or another, the hum of voices, smoke about three times a year, and the music and uproar of the machines this is one of them. Yes, there was blended into a web of sound indescrib- a fine scene when I went home that able. The spectacle was at once ul night, a Broadway melodrama. I lost tramodern and classic In antiquity of my temper easier then; by the time conception. my father and uncle gave me time to speak, I was too angry to defend myAt eight o'clock Lestrange came sent off the track to have a self and set them right. I supposed lamp relighted. they would .learn the truth by the "Water," he demanded tersely, in next day, anyhow. And I left home the sixty seconds of the stop, and for good In a dinner coat and raglan laughed openly at Dick's expression with something under ten dollars in while he took the cup. odd change. What's that!" "Why didn't you light it out there?" "That," was the harsh alarm of the asked the novice, infected by the speed official klaxon, coupled with the cry fever around him. of countless voices. The ambulance "Forgot our matches," Rupert flung gong clanged as Lestrange sprang to over his shoulder, as they dashed out his feet and reached the door. again. "Which car?" he called. An Rupert answered first: mechanic patronizingly explained: "Not ours. Number eight's burning "You can't have cars manicuring all up after & smash on the far turn." , over the track and people tripping j !jack' car," identified Lestrange, over 'em. You get sent off to light up, and stood for an instant "Go flag and If you don't go they fine you laps Frank; Vl take the machine again, made.'5 myself. It's one o'clock, and I've got Machines darted in and out from to win this race." their camps at intervals, each waking Several men ran across to the track a frenzy of excitement among its men. In compliance. Lestrange turned to At ten o'clock the Mercury car came make ready, but paused beside he in again, this time limping with a flat awed Dick to look over the Infield tor tire, to be fallen 'on by its mechanics. ward the flaming blotch against the "We're leading; but we'll lose by dark sky. this," said Lestrange, slipping out to "He was in to change a tire ten relax and meditatively contemplating minutes ago," observed Rupert, beside the alternate driver, who was standing ' them. " 'Tell Lestrange Ihri d'oW time across, the camp. "Ffrench. at twelve catchln' him,' be yelled to me. Here's anv e n, J ,'J come." The autocrat of his little world CHAPTER IX. looked from one rebel to the other, confounded with the unprecedented. In the delicate, fresh June dawn, "If I wish to withdraw him, it is to the Ffrench' limousine crept into tho place him out of danger," he retorted with, asperity. "Not because J wish to B.each Inclosure. "We're .here," said Bailey, to 'his mortify him, naturally. Is that clear? traveling companions. "You can't park' Does he want to pass the next thirteen the car in front by the fence; Mr. hours under this ordeal?" Emily" David might see you and kill himself 'I'll tell you he wants," anput his one- available "ana For as he by a misturn. Come up to the grand- swered Dick. "Ho wants to be let about her, she hid her wet eyes on. stand seats." alone. It seems to me he's earned his shoulder. Mr. Ffrench got out in silence and that." "I am so happy." she explained Ethan Ffrench opened his lips and assisted Emily to decend; a pale and breathlessly. "It is only that"-"-wide-eyeclosed them again without speech. It j Emily behind her veil. "Yoii should not have. been., hire at "The boys were calling extras," she had not been his life's habit to let . all, my dear. But It is' good" to sea suggested faintly. "They said three people alone and the art was acquired you. Who brought you? Bailey?" with difficulty. accidents on he track." catching sight of the man beside Dick. Bailey turned to a blue and gold of"I admit I do not comprehend the "Good, I wanted some one to help me; feelings you describe," he conceded, at ficial passing. r" Rupert and I have got to find a hotel "Number seven all right?" ho last. "But there Is one person who and we're not very active." has the right to decide whether David asked. Emily would have slipped away "On the track, Lestrange driving," shall continue this risk of his life, i from the clasp, scarlet with returning was the prompt response. "Leading Emily, do you wish the car withrecollection, but Lestrange detained drawn?" by thirty-twmiles." her to meet his shining eyes. . A little of Emily's color rushed back. There was a gasp from the other Reappeared Without tho Suffocating "The race Is over," he reminded, Satisfied, Bailey lead their way to the two men. Mask and Cap. for her ears alone. "I'm going to ' "I?" the young girl exclaimed, tiers of seats, almost empty at this keep you, if you'll stay." hour. Pearly, unsubstantial In the amazed. "I can callhim here safe " hovered around them agitatedly. "If He turned to take a limping step, young light, lay the huge oval meadow Her voice died out as Lestrange's I'd thought Darling's mechanician offering his hand cordially to th would get in for this," I'd have taken car roared past, overtaking two rivals and the track edging It. speechless Bailey, and faced ior tha How much "I've sent over for Mr. Dick," Bailey on the turn and sliding between them in sewing for a living. first time the other man present Informed the other two. "He's been with an audacity that provoked rounds longer?" "I think," said Ethan Ffrench, "that "Half an hour." here, and he can tell what's doing. of applause from the spectators. To there need be no question of hotels. "Well, watch us finish." Four cars are out of the race. There's call him in from that, to have him safe We have not understood each other, A renewed hur3t of applause greetMr. David coming!" with her the mere thought was a deyou have the right to Ffrench-wood- 's ed the Mercury car's return to the but A gray machine shot around the light that caught her breath. Yet, she you can 'travel, hospitality. track. Men were standing watch in we will go there." If west curve, hurtled roaring down the knew Lestrange. The three men watched her in keen hand to count the last moments, their straight stretch past the stand and "No," answered David Ffrench, as crossed before them, the mechanician suspense. The Mercury car had eyes on the bulletin board where the quietly. "Never. You owe me nothreeled-oi- r miles were being registered. rising in his seat to catch the pendant passed twice again before she raised ing, sir. If I have worked in your her head, and in that space of a hun- Two of the other machines were fight- factory, I took the workman's wages linen streamers and wipe tho dust ing desperately for second place, hopefrom the driver's goggles in prepara- dred seconds Emily reached the final less of rivaling Lestrange, and after for it; If I have won honors "for your y tion for the "death turn" ahead. There unselfishness. car, I also won the given "What David wants," she said. them sped file rest was a series of rapid explosions as the to the driver. I never meant so to "The finish!" some one suddenly establish any claim upon Ffrenchdriver shut off his motor, the machine "Uncle, what David wants." called. "The last lap!" "You're a brick!" cried Dick, In a swerved almost facing the infield wood or you. I believe we stand even. Dick was fence and slid around the bend with a passion of relief. "Emily, you're a fence when hanging over the paddock Dick has taken my place, happily; the car shot by amidst Emily and I will go on our own road." skidding lurch that threw a cloud of brick!" braying, klaxons, motor horns, cheers, She looked at him with eyes ho They looked at each other, the likesoil high in the air. Emily cried out. and the clashing music of the band. ness between them most apparent. In never forgot. Mr. Ffrench half rose in his place. "If anything happens to him, I hope Frantic, the people hailed Lestrange the similar determination of? mood "What's the matter?" dryly queried as the black and white checked flag ' doing Bailey. "He's been that" all I die too," she answered, and drew dropped before him in proclamation which wiped laughter and warznta from the younger man's face. However night; and a pretty turn he makes, the silk veil across her face. coldly phrased and dlctatorially "Co back, Mr. Dick, you're no good of his victory and the ended race. too. He's been doing It for about five Rupert raised his years, in fact, earning his living, onlj here." advised Bailey, in the pause. head in the signal arms above his spoken, it was an apology which' Mr. of acknowledg- Ffrench had offered and which had we didn't see him. Here goes an- "I guess Miss Emily is right, Mr. ment, as they flew across the line and been declined. But he had watched Ffrench; we've got nothing to do but other." look on, for David Ffrench was wiped swept on to complete the circle to Mr. Ffrench put on his pince-nez- , tJieir camp. Lestrango slackened preserving the dignity of outward out to make Darling Lestrange." Having left the decision to Emily, speed to take the dangerous, deeply composure. Emily saw and heard furrowed turn for the last time, his nothing; she was following Lestrange it was in character that her uncle of- car poised for the curving flight unfered no around the far sides of the course, appointed remonstrance when she dis- der his guidance then the watching his wish. again he- - flashed past around until saw the When Lestrango came into his hundreds steering-whe- driver's hands slip her, repeating his former feat with camp from the as he reached l for oil and gasolene, near eight appalling exactitude. o'clock, Dick seized the brief halt, the for the brake. Straight across the It was hardly more than five mintrack the machine dashed. Instead of utes before Dick came hurrying to- first in three hours. up in the stand," he an- following the bend, crashed through "Emily's ward them; cross, tired, nounced. "Send her a word, old man; the barrier, and rolled over on Its side gasolene-scented- . green meadow grass. and and don't get reckless in front of her." in the steering-knuckle!-" "The "I don't see why you wanted to Bailey "Emily?" echoed Lestrange, too groaned, as the place burst into upcome," he began before he reached weary for astonishment. "Give me a them. "I'm busy enough now. We're pencil. No, I can't take off my gaunt- roar around them. "The wheel I saw turn uselessly leading; if Lestrange holds out we'll let; glued'fast. I'll manage. Ru- it "They're up!" In his hands!" win. But he's driving alone; Frank pert, it's cried a dozen voices. go an hour's rest and send "No, one's up and one's under." went out an hour ago, on the second me the take other mechanician." caught in the wreck Lerelief, when he went through the padget off my car; It's glued "Who's or "I can't strange his man?" dock fence "and broke his leg. It didn't fast," Rupert confided, leaning over But before the people who surged bit, except tires, hurt the machine a back of the machine to appropri- over- the track, breaking all restraint, laps. And it the a sandwich from but it lost us twenty-siate the basket man before the electric ambulance, Dick leaves Lestrange with thirteen steady was carrying to the neighboring a camp. hours at tho wheel. He says he can "Go on with your correspondence, Ffrench reached tho marred thing that had been the Mercury car. It do it." dearest." was Lestrange who had painfully "He's fit?" Bailey questioned. So resting the card Dick supplied on struggled to one knee beside the ma"I Am So Happy.' Dick turned a peevish regard upon the steering wheel, Lestrange wrote a chine, fighting hard for breath to him. Lestrange all day; he did not lift the difficult two lines. speak. " "I don't know what you call fit. He He was out again on the track , gauntlet Take the car off Ruport," he pant-says he Is. His hands are blistered al- when Dick brought J tho message to ed, at Dick's cry of relief on seeing ready, his right arm has been band- Emily. J you the opportua- 2 him. "i'rr, all right take the car off ceded, "whlch.gives aged twice where he hurt it pulling ity of being generous.' "I just told him you were here, Rupert." yesterday, r me away from the His son moved, flushing through, cousin," he whispered in her ear, and The next instant they were sur- - , his pallor. and he's had three hours rest uroppeu me cara i in ner lap. rounded, overwhelmed with aM out of the last eleven. See that heap "I wish you would not put it that "I'll enjoy this more than ever, with . The ambulance came up and a junk over there; that's where the of way, sir," he objected. here," she read. "It's the right ge0n precipitated himself toward Le-Alan car burned up last night and "There is no other way. I haTa place for my girl. I'll give you the ' strange.been wrong and I have no control cup for our first dinner table, tonight. stand backf the surgeon com. over you; will you come home?" "DAVID." manded generally. "Are you trying There was no other argument but Emily lifted her face. The tragedy to smother him? Stand back." that that could have succeeded; '.and of the scene was gone, Lestrange's . But it was he who halted before a LestrangeUkew eyes laughed at her out of a mist. The gesture from Lestrange. who leaned the three who knew that could not fail. ."' sky was blue, the sunshine golden; on Dick and a comrade from the "You want me because I am the merry crowds commencing to pour camp. flaal Ffrench," David rebelled In in woke carnival in h"er heart "Go over there, to Rupert" protest "You have a substituted. to tell you tha machine "He said "You "Perhaps I want you otherwise. And was running magnificently," supple- "No." wewiir-n- ot speak .in passion; thera mented Dick, "and not to insult his ; There was nothing to do except veteran reputation by getting nervous. ' yield. Shrugging his shoulders, the can be no substitute for you.' "Ffrench and Ffrench," Daurmare surgeon paused the necessary mo- - Dick coaxlngly. He's coming by look." "We can run that He was coming by; and, although no protests, but he himself never left faf.SZlif 8t!f51! unable to look toward the grand-stanmore than steeris? he raised his hand in salute as he scattering of the hushed workers, a KnucKies needing your eye on passed, to the one he knew was metallic crash. And you love the Tplace, Mr. DaTid,i watching. Emily flushed rosily, her From the space the car had cov- said Bailey from his coraer. ' dark, eyes warm and shining. ered a small figure uncoiled, lizardFrom one to the. other David" can wait," she sighed, gratefully. like, and staggered unsteadily erect. "I glance went, to rest on Emily's deli"Dickie, I can wait until it ends j "Where's Darling Lestrange?" was cate, earnest face in' Its setting o now." hurled viciously across the silence. yellow-bronz- e curls. Full and straight Dick went back. "Gee, you're a slow bunch of work- her dark eyes answered his, the cob The hours passed. One mere car ers! .Where's Lestrange?" vent-breEmily's answer to his prida, Th'e tumult that broke loose swept and old resentment and new relucwent out of the race UHder the grind-- 1 "Here Goes Another," ing test; there were the usual inci- - all jto confusion. And after all it was tance to yield his liberty: v tires and tempo- - Lestrange who was put in the sent Its driver and mechanician to the dents of blown-out- . "After all, you were born ai withdrawals for renairs. Twice epnn's onrn. whiler. Ttnnprt rnrto hack Ffrench," she reminded, her soft achospital. I suppose if Lestrange isn't ., t, - r ;: , . x x.,' . . -- . fit and makes a miscuo we'll see 2ilT. f ireucii sent uis jiuruier uuu oiiiu- to me camp on me ariver s seat oi cents Just audible. "If that is. year something like that happen "to him and lly to the restaurant below, tolerating the ambulance. work?" Rupert." his seat. Perfectly composed, his ex- Very slowly David turned ta-ki"Tell Emily 111 come over to her as pression, perfectly he soon as I'm fit to look at," was the father. "No!" Emily cried pltecusly. message Lestrange gave Dick. "And Remorse clutched Dick. watched his son. "I never learned to do things toy T "I forgot you, cousin," ho apologized. The day grew unbearably hot to- when you go back to the factory, halves," he said. "If you want strength"Don't go off; Lestrange swears ho ward afternoon, a heat rather of July have your, steering-knuckle- s .-. feels fine and gibes at me for worry- than" June. After a visit to his camp ened." And Ethan Ffrench un ing. Don't look like that." Lestrange reappeared without the suf-- j Dick exceeded his commission by first offered his handrj'wi' 1 "Richard, you will go down and or- focatlng mask and cap, driving bare- transmitting the speech entire; reRupert was discovered tmm t& si ; '.K v.l- - ...t.iJ' UUO der our car withdrawn from the race," headed,- with only the narrow goggles peating the first part to Emily with wauiirtuiui UUkBlUtt i.i 'j.lent, abMr. Ffrench stated with his most crossing his- face. The change left all affectionate solicitude, and flinging minutes later, when Dick waat M solute finality. "This has continued visible the drawn pallor of exhaus- the second cuttingly at his uncle and search of him. long enough. If we had not .been ar- tion under stains of dust 'and oil, his Bailey. "The limousine's waltlag' b rested In New York for "exceeding tho rolled-bacsleeves disclosed the crim"The doctors say he ought to be in awakener informed kfaa, "Yev-a-aa speed limit, I should have been here son badge on his right arm and the bed, but he won't go," he concluded. feel bad, do you?" The mechanician rsaHnaalj, fact that his left wrist was- tightly "No, you cant see him until they get to end this scene at midnight." Stunned, his nephew stared at him, wound with linen where swollen and through patching him up at the hos-- . wincing. "Withdraw!" strained muscles rebelled at the long pital tent; they put every one out ex-- J "Well, if every Joint ia y T "Precisely. And desire David, to "trial. cept Rupert. He hasnta scratch, aft- wasn't sore. I'd feel better," "He's been driving for nineteen er having a ninety Mercury on top of mitted grimly. "But I'm stiff come here.'-- ' ' fclhta. "I won't," said Dick flatly. "If you hours," said Dick, climbing up to his him. You're to. come oyer to our What did you kiss when I need my sleeps want to rub It Into Lestrange that party through the excited crowd. "Two camp, Emily, and wait for Lestrange. "Did you suppose we cftafcTet La way, send Bailey. And I say it's a hours more to six o'clock. Listen to I suppose everybody had better strange home without --ye. 3Mk come." the mob when, he passes!" confounded shame." The injunction was unnecessary. As "Richard!" It was a curious and an elevating pert?" "I ain't supposing you ceaM. 'tig : sun slanted low the enthusiasm thing to see Dickie assume command His round face ablaze, Dick thrust the in his pockets, facing- - his grew to fever. This was a crowd of of his family, but no one demurred. ready." his hands The rest of the party ware akaadj; I connoisseurs motorists, chauffeurs, An official, recognizing in him Leuncle stubbornly. to, stop him automobile lovers and drivers they strange's manager, cleared a way for in the big car, with ooe "After his splendid fight,, "Take a last look, Raaart." now? Do you know how they take be- knew what was being done before the party through, the noisy press of uaviu, as ne stooa va. taa Ledeparting peoplo and automobiles. ing put out, those fellows? . Why, them. The word passed that The sunset had long faded, night dock. "We're retired; cos when the Italian car went off the track strange was in his twentieth "IJOur;. get used to it" .2: for good, last night,- with U8 chain people climbed on seats to cheer him had settled over the motordrome and " I . uflder- CONTINUED ON PAOS aahe. passed hv When. one of his the electric lamns had been lit ia tha s5"taneled no wijftr everything . neath, Its driver gat down and cried, tires Idfrtv put, in, the opening pf the. And you'd cojue down on Lestrange first hour of his driving and the! twen-whe- ii he's winning I won't do it, of the race, thfi great shout I won't! Send Bailey; I can't toll of sympathy and encouragement that him.' . went un shook, tfcs ;rrana-cai:ta its "If yon want tp discredit the car cement foundations, and it3 driver, Mr Ffrench, you can Neither Lestrange nor Rupert left do it without me," slowly added Bai- his eeat while that tire was changed. ley. "But it won't be any use to send "If we did I ain't sure we'd get for Mr. David, because he won't back," Rupert explained to Dick, who th thf and1 t,gn, before therp, came; ' ajmpr-f-o the Mfijnfyjamp! "Don,'t skid, the- gro.tmd - : "a, SSg ' wWjcaa- - d 'Steady! " "" -- Emily ataited up, Dick rpnag t& open the canvas, and Leatalige3 fTpflB-e- d the threshold. Lestrange. colorless, his right arm In a sling, h& toft wound with linen from wrist toJelpow,, and bearing a heavy purple bruls above his temple, but with thojbrlght-nes- s of victory flashing, 'abojfe-t- , all weariness like a danclng.,flame.Y- - . "Sweetheart!" he IagfceS,i a Emily ran to meet Mm,-cf all thlng3 except that b stool. lfthia touch once inore. "My dear, L told them not to frighten youv $dllr ;hy, w-h- - i d , J I o I prize-mone- dust-streake- d I x - cXLJa it ""J gear-cutte- I oor - I I J first" te '"-- d uea. - d :', sur-rar- .." r." t a sir" w, Wi!..aaavl Mk'V .., - k - I roa - r - -- ." f - -- ? v. ' f-- j.s - ',?, tT-- ; V" V-&&- v,-- . J5r iJ&& ' N - ifrt 2 z&K.'Z- r- .?? - Jf" t, v5V S- -. ' 7TT r J 'f I CClT Warehouse Co. && Flying cTWerpury, A PRQFESSIONAL VISJT By Farmers Tobacco " v Continued from' Fag? 4 Ioww.ioxwtfgqoooaouc;-jcrxocGo r 4 O00fr$00C frfrOOOOOC 000 OOOOOOOOtf ! 00O9 w. o. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. ney Lancaster, Ky. PAY ALL A. TOMLJNSQN EQRD Asso- r Tfer-- INCORPORATED. ttupert passed a glance over the deserted track. "I guess ray sentiment-tanhas given out," he sweetly acknowledged. "The Mercury factory sounds pretty good to me, Darling. And I guess we can make a Joy ride out of living, on any track, If we enter for It." "I guess we can," laughed David Ffrench. "Get In opposite Emily. We're going' home to try." "' THE END. k the BEST WORK. We have the only Steam SterTom Murpny was a lusty lud not ilizer in town for Massage. Shop long from the Emerald Isle. Qp could ' on Richmond St, never see any work going on nut be ciation, 1911. I Copyright by American Press to the BEST Place if you want Ponersi Director end Embolmer. L SUCCESSORS TO BLOCKADED Richmond Tobacco Warehouse ".-- Every Household In - Lancaster Should - ' ' Know How To Resist It. COMPANY, wants to sell.your .A.C2C Additional light and floor space and plenty of room to shelter your tobacco. We furnish stalls for teams-Free- The brak may ache because the- - kidneys are blockaded. Help the kidneys with their work. The back will ache no more. Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney Pills do this. It's the best proof, for it comes . Givfe us a trial before going elsewhere. Near L. & N. Depot, Richmond. Phone No 251. The national bank OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. , A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. Book-Keepe- J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Emery, r I Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Your Account IS DUE Come in and Settle. from Lancaster. Mis. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experience with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to say that they live up to the claims made for them. I suffered a great deal from backache not sleep well. On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was Paint unable to attend to my housework. Being advised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supply at Frisbie's Drug Store. They helped me from the first and I was soon relieved." DENTIST For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n cents, Co., New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and ing increased fourfold take no other. ."If the docther don't get here within five minutes," he cried. "I shall be a dead man." KT. HEIIUON But before the five minutes were up Mr. Author Montgomery has typhoid the pain suddenly left him. He sat up in bed and looked about him. fever. "Lie down," said his mother. "The OnHce at, Sweeney' Livery Siable. Miss Lavina Montgomery who has doctor is coming and if he finds yon -- -- been quite sich is improving slowly. Kentucky able to sit up be will be very anpry Lancaster, him, telling him Benue Hamilton and Marv Francis We've been hurrying Otlice Ilonrs Office over Montgomery are victims of chicken pox. that you were at death's door." Tom lay back on his pillow and i .m to 12. 1 p.m. to i. Stormes' Drug Stort Mr. J. M. Vanderpool formerly of covered, himself up. Presently he this county, but has resided in and near heard a commotion without and fragLexington for a few years has moved ments of sentences. "Holy mother, DENTIST. to the place vacated by Mr. Frank he'll be drowned!" "Run quick." Clark and Mr. Clark and family wijl "What's the matter';" and sueh like Phone 65. Lancaster, Kj leave soon for their new home in In- phrases. .Tumpiug out of bed. Tom rau into another room where he could look diana. for half a mile dowu the road. There was the doctor's automobile rolled Zemo Makes Astonishiag Eczesa Cores. down the bank beside the road till it County "WE PROVE IT." No. 1. hung on 'the margin over the river PIlO-J. The chauffeur was swimming, while Every day ZEMO gives relief and the doctor was holding the auto to Office over F. u. Hurt s furniture more. cures mei., women and children in ev- keep it from sliding into the water. Lancaster, Kentucky ery city and town in America whose "Give me me clothes." cried Tom skins are on fire with torturing EC- "Quick, the doctor's anrb will be lost!" "Bad luck to you. Tom." said hi ZEMA rashes and other itching, burnWe've been ing, scaly, and crusted skin and scalp mother, "for an idyet. telyphonln' an' serfdin for the docther humors. ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) to save yer lolfe, an' now ye'r goin to lift his automobile." 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At the slightest ailment be would take to his bed and groan and fret and wonder wny the docro.-didn-'t come, keeping bis mother and his little sister Nora waiting on him Then"tho moment the palu left him Offiice over Logan's store. he was covered with shame at his timidity. He kicked off the cover, bound- Residence Phone 75. Ollh-Phone 6 ed out of bed and seized upon any method convenient or otherwise to show those about him that he was, after all, a man. One afternoon Tom was seized with a griping. As usual, he got into bed All Work Guaranteed. dispatched his younger brother for the doctor and roared for restoratives. His Lick, Kentucky mother brought hot water, dipped a IMO-tf-. towel in It and clapped it on Tom's Tom howled with bare stomach. pain, for the water was near the boiling point and took the skin off. His :notbcr ran to the water cooler with another towel, soused it in and. running back to the bed. put it where she Office over MI?s Arnold's Jlllliuery. had put the other one. A terrible chili invalid, and the gripran through the must be In it. HENRVJ)UNC3N jTw. SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. Bills By Check and there will never be any disputes. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co invites household as well as business accounts. Most women know how difficult it is to make their cash balance when they pay in cash. You can avoid all the trouble and worry by opening en account at the Garrard Bank and Trust Co. Then you'll know where every cent of your money gees. DR. Win. BURNETT Ptwsican and Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. The Garrard Bank &Trust "ompany. si&eizgzszuitibZtSj: ijtrwj&jijT2Jzr&42XiL&T2ij&2& B. F. HUDSON, President- 5 'sa ,'yj. g?j fcyhjay1 M. K. Denny, J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest, ORGANIZED 1S83. ze Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. 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She's got mmatiz and pneu monia and stomach ache all at ilit Cut Flowers 0OO. uWare McRoberts. 9O0000aCO0O0O00008 LAWYER and COUNTY Vill of QUALITY. Weekly Gourier-Journa- F AND J. E. Robinson, ATTORNEY. The Central Record Both One Year For Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journmake a special rate on Daily or Sunday lination with this paper. al same,tlme." The doctor went on up to the house leaving Tom to look after the auto while the chauffeur went to dry him self. As soon as the physician reached was hurried into Xora's the house-he Practice In all State Courts an U. S. District Court. Jtflee over Police Court. Phone 19- $1.50. We can.-ils-o $1.00 a year. Courier-Journ- al in com--, Henry L. Casey, d.v.s VETERINARIAN. "ortner Director Animal Industry Phlllppliu laud. United States Arm; KIJKNA VI8TA J; R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Ora Florence and family have moved to the farm of J B. Rubble. Marshall Scott has put in a line of groceries in his harness shop. William Christopher who has been quite sick is better at this writing. Alfred Swope and wife of Bryants-vill- e have been the guests of Mrs. Swope. Mesdames James and 'Hugh Christopher visited relatives in Lexington the first of the week. Mrs. Johnson of Hamilton, has been visiting her sister-in-laMrs. Robert Halcomb at Mr. S. W. Poor's. Miss Carpenterjof Mercer will teach a private schoo' here, and Miss Alyce Mabel Scott will teach at Linderdale. w, -- StSWKfKKSBi!i?l'fcrrrilKK"fr1 .t 13 Tmm!imi A ySjTzTKi Quarterly meeting services at Mt.1 Olivet next Saturday and Sunday The new Elder, Rev. W. E. Arnold will preside. R. E. McRoberts & In the New Home . Soi Guarantees Ky-om- ei Q best when the new home. Above Ti want thehomefo bestarring in warm and comfortable you want that snug and , You ' Ssokdess Oil Heater. The perfection is the best and - arc sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection most reliable heater made. '- It is sort of portable fireplace. " "Jt is ready night and day. Just strike a match and light tn tfidk. The Perfection k all aglow in. a minute, enecaoa vj neater does not smell nor smoke a patent . tt U Mbd device prevents that. It can be carried easily from room to it eqaaBjr sukable for any room in the house. Handsomely fed: wSh nickel tSmmkua: drums of either hirauoiseblu .nm.l tt See, 1 , , RFECTIO; fM0KCUM ctrcuUr direct to njr ,. . J At. SmokeleirPil Hexler, or write for dtpcriptiye 1 wacj of jh m 3i5t- - Standard Oil Company Mt ?f If you really mean that you want to drive every bit of catarrh from your nose and throat why not try .a sensible remedy that is guaranteed to banish catarrh, or money back. If you already own a little hard rub ber Hyomei inhaler you can buy a bottle of HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-mfor only 50 cents. If you do not own an inhaler ask for complete HYOMEI outfit which contains an inhaler. this will cost you $1.00. Then breathe HYOMEI and get rid of catarrh, relief comes in fiye minutes a days treatment will make ypu happy, a week's treatment and snpjfles mucus and hawking go, ano'jthjer week and goodbye to catarrh. Try it J ay pn money back plan. Sold by g. E. Mc- Robert&-5o.nand druggists eyery- e) room. A pompous, opinionated old fellow, be would not brook a suggestion from any one. He felt Nora's pulse and put his ear down to her heart. "1 think it's a bad. cold, docther." said her mother. "I hope it won't .turn Into newmoney." "A cold be hanged!" said the doctor savagely. "She's got no cold, but palmust check it pitation of the heart. or she'll dfe." Poor little Nora! She had been so excited over the recent events, especially the turn they had taken in her being the invalid Instead of her brother, that It is no wonder ber heart beat wildly. She did not know what ter rible remedy the doctor would employ "It's in me side, docther," she said faintly, hoping to ward o any heart remedies "You need something warming," said the medical man. "Bring a redhoi poker." . "Holy mother! Docther, are ye goin' to warrum me wld that?" "I'm going to mull some liquor with It." Raid the doctor. But Nora was not convinced, and. while the physician turned his bark to get some pills out of his. medicine case. Bhe jumped out of tied 4o3 ran for dear life. The doctor,- - angered beyond measure ntalked out of the house, found his auto at the door and. jumping In rhugged viciously away. Tom was afterward on one occasion very sick and sent for the docjpr again, but he wouldn't cojne. 1 To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Sent Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. Must Be Office relephoue 31 at and Logan's 32. Stable. DANVILLE. K1 .7m Oakdale Herd of ' Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality Fall boars and gilts for sale. J. It Seems Impossible That A Man Should Smile when paying his Coal Bill. Yet men who got their $r7''f ret Mm I F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE supply of us last year are paying for this year's with a smile. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co I will remain at old stand, on for cleaning and pressing ladies and mens garments. Hats cleaned and blocked, shoe repairing. Phone 340. Join the pressing Club $1.50 per month. Pressing and shoes polished. public-square- WHY? Well because our coal goes farther. , Don't take so much to get the right hsat. yourself. Better try it and find out for h. W. Faulkner, Vigr. Fruit and Shade Trees P Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. I v 1 01 BB BI W M Old Soldier Twtoreu. "For years I suffered unspeakable jxjrture from indigestion, Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. EW ORLEANS AND constipation lyiADIS C MARDf GRAS 13, 14, 15, 1912, and liyer trouble," wrote A. K. Smith, SPECIAL REDUCED FARES Tickets salt Fetrqary Btil Marck 2, Gffi IftarxlB a war veteran at Erie, Pa., ''but Ir. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and " ' Garden. Our prices may interest you p,,, fi ,8 New U ' . Pghf. They're simply greaf.?' Try WrUe for free Catalogue. No Agts. p If, 17? 18 am 19 them fflr any stomach, Jiver op kjdney fe"SMft Qnly 25c , - where, - '?". Wi aJR. g. McRoberts " lm H.F.Hillenjneyer & Sons. Iexinptpn, Kentucky. ' witk VfteUatf gf IxfMi STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS FOB raU PARTICULARS, GAU ON ANY TICKET ACQJT. MVtlTE J- - J pMaeaser and " P6obo4SI Tkkrt Aseat, ,v10l E. Main Street, Uxlaston, Ky. peaeral'Retaf Agft. ' - TiftrfinaiWnr flarln M ft h atV .T -r jtf7 2 T 'm a, f4-- v B . b&iw , 3 S- , C '?'"' "' - " - j- . -i rAibgji Azr MRq. KSg1 - - - - " " ''- . : . . ' . " .. . '- - . , i x icuEzressuar v rw1i jVim m iT'iX.ti'.x UGGESTIONS ?SEE5 - ....' v. ii a ' 5SSS3ffiSH25233E233SSSi f 2 ' Ii I I a BUY EARLY - ! fi'f Ik I WEAR EARLY. Spring patterns in all the various Linens, Linen Suitings;' Flaxons, Linweave Dress Fabrics and 32 inch French Ginghams in the best assortment of patterns we have ever shown. SEE Oi IIP niDi a v A window showing of Silk Petticoats worth from $6.50 to $10.00 reduced to $398. Notice our novel show- - 1 I ine" of Flouncine-sLanes and Embroideries in New and Difttinrtivp Pflttorno . Call and see our New Importations of Rugs and Mattings for our Designs are more attractive than any you have seen. The .. The only store in your town that ctoes not put on a Sale ! i uU U &i i mL JL M ntile Company Yet Always Makes Good. : ( ( ! "" mi """i fr L Madison Tobacco Gossip About ople N N at her handsome home on Danville Mr. Charles Townsend of Leavenworth street in honor of Miss Sallie Danifrf Kansas. The cermony took place SatParis Mrs. John M. Mount's attrac- urday Jan 20, at Martinsville Ind, tive visitor. Popular Visitor. Obituary. J. Y. Robinson leaves Monday for Columbus Ga. Mrs. Emma Higgiobotham is in Stan ford visiting relatives Mr. ApNevius of Stanford is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nevius. Warehouse INCORPORATED Co. I A. Brief Mention of the Comings and Uoings Ly Those Wt Are Interested in. Located on Third Street L. & A. Depot. Richmond, Ky. We gave satisfaction to our customers last season and feel that with that season's experience, we are better prepared and qualified to serve our customers. Experienced men in all departments. We will get you the highest market price for your tobacco. Light. Free accommodation for teams. Free Insurance. Courteous Treatment. A square deal to all. Splendid DIRECTORS. Elzie C. Million, Elmer Deatherage, C. I T.J.Curtis, Marion Coy, . H.Vauglit, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin have been recent guests of Stanford relatives. H. C. Hamilton was in Crab Orchard the past week on business, Mrs. J. A. Amon and Miss Bessie Gulley were visitors in Danville Tues - Miss Sallie Daniel of Pars is here day. visiting Mrs. John M. Mouut. Mr. S. D. Rothwell formerly of this Miss Eliza Ison of Lower Garrard is place is in Louisville for medical treat.he guest of Mrs. W. ment. Mrs. Russell Denton of Hackley is Mr. Wm. Champ and little daughter vvitn her daughter Mrs. V. A. Lear. Bernice were in Cincinnati for several Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson have days stay. been in Crab Orchard visiting friends. Misses Minnie Brown and Minnie Little Miss Cecil Batson is in Stan Guilty spent Sunday at Buckeye with ford visiting her grandmother Mrs. J. Mrs. Dr. Ray. I R.-ook. John Merryman of Paris, Ill.ris here visiting his parents. Thos. OOS0O$3 3&rciC30 I' & I" J. Smith. !B!ffifBiafiiaJlia.iBi7a!s;iaiBm. rBnT!iarp2isiS.,?isU'sisye(?. n 07 M m GO TO THE I s M - FOR of Stanford, Mr. George T. Mason of Chicago Miss Cecil Elliott of Lexington is spent a few days with his mother Mrs. with her brother Dr. Wm Mc Elliott Elizabeth Mason. and familv. Mr.-- and Mrs. Charles F. Denman of Miss Margaret Hocker of Stanford Nicholasville were guests of Mr. and ' has been visiting her aunt Mrs. Mat-ti- e Mrs. Alex West. Duncan. Mesdames Mathews and Glass ef Jes Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price were in Stan- samine were here Sunday for the funford Friday the guest of Dr. and Mrs. eral of Mr. Mason. . A. S. Price.. Mesdames W. P. Kincaid and J. D. Miss Allie Yantis is at home after a Wearen of Stanford were with Lancasvisil uu ner cousin ivuss Lottie uarson ter friehds Monday. . H. Hilton. m 1 CO A L Cannel." Each the best in its Class. uauByoBe "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige s i H. V. i i BAST IN. w iQlMnQMrPMiOSmSMt, Miss Ida Potts who has been visiting Miss Nannie Long of Kirksville, is her sister Mrs. Davis Prather left Sun with her cousins Misses Allie and day for Cincinnati. Stella Hendren. Mesdames Wm. Lear and W. R. Mrs. T. B. Walk'er and sons of Bastin were guest of airs. B. C. "Rose Nicholasville were recent guests at the of Bryantsville Tuesday. Simpson House. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker cf NicholasMrs. Oscar Hendren of Kirksville is ville at the home of Mr. visiting her parents Mr. and . Mrs. and Mrs. A. K. Walker. James P. Prather. Captain Ike Dunn and son of Danville Mr. Stephen Walker Sr., has re- were here Sunday for the funeral of turned from Lebanon and is very much the late Mr. Hugh L. Mason. improved in health. Mrs. W. 0. Rigney was called to Miss Lettie May McRoberts is at Nicholasville by the serious illness of home from a most enjoyable visit to her brother Mr. Baker Walker. friends in Richmond. Mrs. 0. A. Hendren and children of Misses Elsie Zimmer and Annie Kist Cottonburg have been visiting her parhave returned from a weeks visit to ents. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. P. Prather. relatives in Cincinnati. Mrs. J. E. Robinson entertained the Miss Ella Barnett has returned to Bridge Club Thursday afternoon. Miss her home in Hustonville after a visit Alberta Anderson was hostess the past to Miss Mary Chestnut. week for the same club. are-visitors of Stanford. Mrs. J. C. Eubanks of Stanford has Miss Allene Bourne is at home after been on a recent visit to her mother a visit to her sister Mrs. W. K. Warner Mrs. Belle Perkins. mMJmiWmMiJmMi Bring1 Your - TO . Tobacco The following youngJadies are exmond was here Saturday and Sunday pected to arrive soon and form a house with Mrs. Emma Kauffman. party at the home of MissLettie May Mrs". George M. Patterson left Sat- McRoberts, Misses Martha Burke 111, Misses Julia White, urday for a stay of several months at and Callie Shackelford of the Crab Orchard Sanitorum. Richmond. Mr. J. M. Bush of Minneapolis, Dr. Js C. Wright and wife of Clear Minn, has been the recent guest of Lake la. are the guests of Mr. Henry Rev. 0. P. Bush and Mrs. Bush. Hurt and other relatives in the county Miss Mollie Smith's many friehds Dr. Wright is aprominent physician in will be glad to learn she is somewhat his home town, and like all .citizens who improved from her recent illness. migrate from old Garrard, they win Mrs. Mary L. Taylor and daughter name and fame in their new homes. Miss Abbie Taylor of Washington, D. An addition to Lancaster society is a C. are in Martinsville, Ind., for a stay. circulating library in Miss Rella Arle, Jane-Stockto- Judge Jennings Greenleaf of Rich- n LANCASTER & - TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Stanford Street. 5 ' Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone 186. :. :' We buyyonr Tobaceo at Highest Market.Friceand unload the same day. for a visit to his parents a family re- has been furnished by the Woman's union being held at the .Bush home- Club. This donation of standard works is from the Public Literature Comstead. mission at Frankfort. Mrs. J. B. Paxton and .children of Invitations were received here at Stanford came Saturday for a stay with Mrs. Paxton's mother Mrs. Alex his former home of Roger Rucker announcing his wedding in 'Lexington. C. Robinson. The bride was Miss Adelia Broaddus of Miss Callie Adams is at home again Lexington, the wedding occuring on after a visit to Mrs. Joe F. Pettus of the lGth, at the Methodist church. Springfield, where she was the guest is a deserving young busiof honor at a number of social func- ness man holding a lucrative position tions. with one of the Lexington banks. Miss Jane- - Doty entertained the Miss Lettie May McRoberts will give Embroidery Club Tuesday afternoon in an elaborate "Reception" Tuesday afHonor of her guest Miss Mary Miller of ternoon, the honor guests being Miss Richmond. A dainty luncheon was 111, Misses Burke .of Collinsvflle N served. Shackelford, White, and Stockton of J. Herbert Kinnaird was here Sun- Richmond. The pretty home .will be day to see his aunts the Misses made more "Inviting by artistic decoraHe left Wednesday for Chica-- " tions. An appetizing and dainty conrse go, Illinois where he will engage in the luncheon will add much to the hospinsurance business. itality of the occasion. Mrs. R.-McRoberts gave Jin inMrs. Mary M. Taylor has. announced formal- ''Musical Monday .Evening the marriage of her daughter Abby; to The-groo-- Rev. 0. P. Bush was in Clark County nold's millenery establishment, which . Kin-naird- s. Mr. W. B. Mason, known all over Mr. Moses Smith Thompson departed Kentucky as "Keg," was over from this life at his home on Lexington where Mrs. Taylor and Miss Taylor pike were guests at the Martinsville Sanitor Lancaster Saturday to have Judge Har- ! miles from Lancaster Friday January ium. The bride i3 a bright and attrac- din sign some orders. Mr. Mason is 12th. 1912 of urenic poisoning, his retive sister of Mrs. C. C. Brown whom circuit clerk of Garrard. "Keg" is a mains were interred in the Lancaster jovial fellow, and received a warm wel- cemetery Saturday afternoon she has frequently visited. after fun come. Danville Messenger. eral services by Rev F. 31. Tinder. He R. L. Arnold was down from Richhad been in poor health for several Stanford To Have Fair. mond for a few days last week. He years but his death came unexpected to was mighty glad to be back if only for The Knights of Phythias Lodge of me a few days. He tells us he is thriving j Stanford is to stand sponsor for a fair his iamuy as he was able to go about duties until Tuesday before his in a business way in Richmond, jind in Stanford this season. They have death. He leaves besides many friends that also he has purchased the interest already organized and elected clever and relatives a widow and three childof his partner in the business, and con- - Jim Woods president and James ren Charles of Missouri. Maurice Thompextensive additions to the mins secretary. These gentlemen are son and Mrs. large numDer ot lines winch he already well acquainted with the proper method county. The Pattie Fathergille of this deceased was 61 year one carries, in ine near luiure. of conducting a fair and will pull of a month old, was borned in Lee county Editor Shelton Saufley of Stanford good one. They have not decided on Virginia in 18o0 and with his parents was a pleasant caller at this office Mon- dates as yet, but will choose such as came to Ky when just a boy, where he day- and was accompanied by Ed. Wal- will not conflict with surrounding coun- - spent his remaining years. His life ton, an old time newspaper man, form- ' ties. Until the snow leaves and we went out as it was spent, peacefully erly editor of the Interior Journal, and can get out and work our track Lan- and calm. one of the best all round newsaper men caster will not do anything toward the A father dear from us has gone Central Kentucky ever produced. Ed. pulling off of the "biggest and best" A voice we loved is stilled. is "looking around" and we hope and fair in the Blue grass, but we of course A place is vacant in our home believe that ere lone we shall again reserve our regular July dates, and in Which never can be filled. due time-wil- l begin preparations for They laid welcome him to the journalistic field. him in the cold cold grave. giving the best fair in our history. When the ground was white with snow. Church Services. Galyani. But his spirit has gone to heaven above Galvani the hypnotist gave three perCommunion services at the MethoThough his body rests below. church 11 a. m. next Sunday: formances to large audiences at the It was so hard to dist give him up sermon by Rev. W. E. Arnold; also at opera house this week. If there is a But he was called to go. night. Quarterly Conference 1:30 p. m. person in Lancaster that is at all skep- And what our grief for him has been. tical as to the powers of a hypnotist, No one on earth can know. if he had attended these performances Lancaster Fair. and seen the work of Galvani a'nd the We must prepare our selves to meet Him on the other shox-e-. Will Lancaster have a Fair this year? peculiar antics which he caused some Well we should say she will and the of our citizens to perform, his doubts Where all our sorrows will be past. We'll meet to part no more. best of the many good ones ever given, would certainly have been removed. and on the same dates, July 31st, Aug- The man is certainly a wonder and is ust 1st and 2nd, so begin now your pronounced by people who know to be preparation at attend. as good as anyone in .the business. The I YOUU END IT IN THIS COLUMN. performances were clean and entertainAnother Fatal Wreck. ing, the subjects were treated kindly v ..v hicih uu icuiiuiuua r loof T,1 n T.:i.y,,1o, Til ' 1 want shoulder meat. W. H. things which kept the audience in an Ward. when two Illinois Central trains collided t uproar of lauhgter during the perfor it Mr. J. T. Harrahan, former president mances. of the Illinois Central railroad and one Bring your produce to Davidson & of the best known railroad men in the P. T. Parker Former Garrard County Doty. country; Eldridge E. Wright of MemMan Dies In Kansas. Buy an Arnold buggy and you will be phis Tenn., a prominent lawyer and son pleased Herndon & Walker. of Gen Luke Wright, Frank 0. The following clipping is from the second vice president of the Rock Western Spirit, nublished at Paola. Island road and k. U. .fierce general ( Miami county Kas Any one who Wnted: Shoulder meat; will pay Rock Island, were in-- 1 embers Mr. Parker,' or who was highest market price. Davidson & Doty killed. Three trainmen were ' quainted with the family, either rela- For a first class shave and hair trim injured and several passengers badly tive or friend, is requested to drop a , call at Falkner's basbor shop next to the line to' Mrs. Laura E. Hill, Decatur 111 shaken up. The killed were-iCurrey's. private car of Mr. Melcher in a special R. F. D.no. 4. Peyton T. Parke., a resident of this train which ran into the New Orleans Bring me your butter and eggs, top city 43 years, died at his home on East Express, which was taking water. prices paid. W. H. Ward. Miami street, last Saturday, DecemBring us your shoulder, bacon and ber 23, 1911, after a long sickness. In The Land Of Flowers. Stomach trouble, with comDlications. hams we pay highest market price. The Volusia connty Record published wa3 the cause of hig demise. Funeral Davidson & Doty. at Deland. Fla. under the caption of services were held at the home Leaye all orders for Magazines and Real Estate Deal," has the j day afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock by Rev. renewals for same at Stormes Drug following to say of two well known oiin E. Fox, pastor of the- - Christian Store or my home. Mrs Dolly Brown. Garrard county boys:-- church. Members of the I. O. O. F. - ami Messrs. O, T. Wallace and J. S. HasRebecca lodges held short Arnolds hand made buggies are sold representing the United Rfblty vice3 at the grave. Mr. Parker had and guaranteed by Herndon & Walker. & Auction Company, of Wilmington been a member of the Odd Fellows 42 specialists, are in years. N. C, Strayed to my place on Dec 10th, a Peyton T. Parker was born at the city and have taken charge of the black sow and 3 shoats. Owner can property of Mr. J. W. Smock, caster, Garrard county, Kentucky, have same by proving property and known as "Woodland Park," lying in April 21st, 1853, and moved with his paying all charges. V. Payton, R.F.D the heart of the city, between parents to Decatur, Illinois. He was 2, Paint Lick, Ky. and Clara Aven- -' married there to Miss Aner Williams Rich, Wisconsin ues, a delightful location, and will sell on March 14th, 1861, and to this union N&tice. the lots to the highest bidder on Jan- - four children were born, twoof whom Section No.l It shall be unlawfull uarv 30th, an 10:30 A. M. This Com-- ; died when quite youn. The surviving handling children are: Noble M. Parker, of St. for any person owning or controlling pany has been successful in and the secret Joseph, Mo., and Mrs, George M. any live Stock of any kind to sufferT s city. Mr Parker, with allow or permit them to run at large success has been in selling Light, every lot offered to the highest bidder, his family, moved to Paola, April .2, upon the Streets of the City of Lan1868, and since that time has. resided caster and any person violating the without reserve or by bid. Messrs. Haselden and Wallace are here continously. His wife died June provisions of this section shall be fined not less than one dollar ($1.00) nor very enthusiastic in their praise of De- - 17, 1878, and two years later he more than five dollars ($5.00) for each say it is their intention to ried Miss Mattie Steward, who offense. The Marshall will impound it their headquarters for their vives him. He leaves four brothers They will T. W. Parker, of Sharpsburg, Illinois, any and all stock found running at Florida business this season. advertise the sale in all the surrounding and John M. Parker, William Parker large within the city and when so im- - . towns and country, ana it is tneir in- -. ana ueorge m. rarKer, ot this city.. pounded they cannot be recovered withor over a quarter of a century, Mr. out paying the Fees for so impounding tention to secure as large an outside at tendance at the sale as possible, so that Parker was employed at the W.' T them so all persons having stock will take due notice as this law will be the sale of property will not only Potts grocery store, in this city. Mr. Parker came of a Tugged family strictly enforced. stimulate local investment and building, H. T. Logan rugged and in true worth. R. "W. McRoberts but will be the means of inducing outMayor Clerk us, just as His career here was quiet and useful. siders to cast their hundreds have done in the past: and it He worked faithfully and stepped in is--a well known, fact that once we no man's way. His everp act was that TOO MUCH LOVE them, they find DeLand such a of a gentleman, and when he met misToo much love for fun, frolic and delightful place in every respect that fortune he faced it with the same they at once become one of us for good bravery that characterized him fn his rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other and all. The rapid grouth of our city daily work. In hi3 sickness, which remedies help you but DENN'S and its brilliant future prospects, lasted two years, off ane on, there was SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures coupled with the high character of the no complaint, Each day found him do- you. Our discoverer, ten- years a , property in question, make this sale a ing the best he couid, setting a good miserable sufferer with the and RHEUMATISM for , yery attractive-one- , to both the example before the world. His chiU years, was cured in 6ae week. To imand Unusual dren have proved an honor to the prove our remedy,- whik.-tlKy tast, prizes will &s an advertising nameand his whole-- life; stands forth tegular size bottles onlf T feature. as. exemplary. Stormea Drl Stere. Cum-templates I "uc J Mel-ch- er n J Sun--Import- ser-elde- n, sub-divisi- Lan-beautif- ul high-clasof-thei- r sub-divisio- of-th- is mar-Land,"a- nd sur-ma- ke t y lots-wit- h se-.cu- re - .above-troubles- home-builde- rs, the-inves- tor. - d - - Jf at......s . j,. Zi smj: tf'- - i T- '.jRc "r "if?' . J ' ''- - d v. 7t,ill,lll rTnhiPlBTi r iil'j Tunf-- c in" """ "' " ''1""11'" i. ...---t.a- i r ii-'- ' !.,. Mn m - Last Notie eTo . i FARMER'S COLUMN .VOCO1 o9C000000$0 VO I dpacc 'ueiow tni heading ia'jut cue eiciu-nr- e use of o;h fanner snbsci llsera. and Is for the snle of stock, gruiu and fiirli things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver tise No notice will be accepted oer four Hues, and will be only In ivo ismies of the IIkcord. froeof chaiRe j Mr. Vv'm, Easoti had a horse" to die last week: Under the new revenue law, at the Sheriff is bound to have his Quietus before he can receive tax book for 1912, so all delinquents please call and pay at once. 'Don't delay but call at our office -- Robert Burton sold to Ison Bros. Burgin a saddle horse for $13o. e rooms for Nice cottage Lowell, see Sam C. Henderson. and-fiv- rent ! Mr. A. It. Denny sold a pair of two year old mules to Mr. Baird for ?265. Mr. Lewi3 Murphey bought of Mr. Tho3. Hicks a bunch of heiters at $20. per he&d. Burton bought of Chas. Kerns of Perryyille a four year old harness mare for $125. Charles Rogers of Paint Lick sold a combined live year old horse to W. B. Burton for ?130. W. B. TO-DA- Y. T SHERIFF GARRARD COUNTY. W. B. Burton sold to M. Lauber of Richmond Va. 28 mules at an average price of 185. per head, During the recent cold weather, Mr. Fletcher Ison had the misfortune to are lose a jenet and colt, also a cow. Fou Sale: or will feed seven hundred shocks o7 fodder and 2 or 3W big straw ricks. J. B. Leavell, Bryan Kv. ! The puistoffiee department 13. hot on R. E. McRctarts & Son Guarantees. ParI Florida real estate trail of a !ot-isian Sage For Falling Hair And swindlers on the ground that they 1 have been using the'malls to defraud. tbdnrfL Pity they did not get after the sharks ooooooooO'Ofropooeoocoofrooooooooooo' in thi3 and some other states sis cr eight yeara ago. but investors should with the Auburn hair is on every bcttle Go to the BEST Place if you want feel gratitude that the department has and carton of PARISIAN SAGE. got action even at the eleventh hour. the BEST WORK. , We want you to know this for your xjssrssztL&BS&tfjL k feftsAir- Cornstalks add considerably to the own protection, for there are many im We have the only Steam Ster- mmwrShop soil iu way of humus, which tends to itations and it is an easy matter to get ilizer in town for Massage. the spuiidus article. St, '0n Richmond improve its physical condition, but You can always get the genuine PAR their value in this regard Is far less ' HCNRY DUNCAN C5ETO8. P!?ff f than their value as a cation for dairy ISIAN SAGE at R. E. McRoberts & " R03UE river proper Son for only 50 cents a bottle they will cows and steers wbeu cut at the The Old Reliable Barber. VALLEY st$L$LJL time, properly cured and fed. .More not deceive yoc. w ic in b m ' ri 'utb; it than this, all the fertilizing value the PARISIAN SAGE is rigidly guaranCORRESPONDENCE fl JtSf h stalks had is preserved in the manure teed for dandruff, falling hair and scalp which accumulates when they are fed. itch. It is a most delightful and invigorat- LIVERY, This matter must not be reprinted wltta- The growers of timothy are in ing hair dressing that puts life and out special permission. "clover" this year, due to the fact that they are receiving all the way from brilliance into the hair and causes it to Stanford Street. 10 to $13 per hundred for their seed. grow if the hair root be not dead. The housewife can thank her lucky It's the tonic you will use always if LANCASTER, sugar trust did not get The shortage, due to the past sumstars that the KENTUCKY. Us Jackscrew under prices when she mer's drought, is responsible for the you use it once. .high prices. In several Instances we was canning strawberries in June. have noted lately that a crop of timCAIlTEHSmijE. While the practice of getting manure othy seed alone is netting owners from $20 to $40 per acre. from most any place is commendable, The 1. O. O. F. lodge have erected a see to it that ferIt is a good idea to new hall in Cartersville. On most farms perhaps the lighter tilizer is not spread on the land which Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington will fowls, such ts Leghorns, are kept, there perenOffiice over Logan's store. contains tuo seed of noxious, move to White Lick next week. being plenty of range for them and nial weeds, such as quack grass. ResHcncp Phone 75. Office Phone 6. to nit k un much food by Mr. Sam Pennington and too sons It does not require a great stretch of foraging. However, others keep heavy are expected to go West soon. imagination to foresee the time when breeds. like the Mrahuias. and are Mr. West Vanwinkle who has been equally satistied with them. They moving pictures will be used as a regusick for some time is much improved. that they are better winter lar adjunct in the teaching of geogra- contend while the cockerels marketed layers, J. P. Turner bought Mr. James phy, natural history and some other at five months old fetch .r0 instead of Brewer's farm and will move next All Work Guaranteed. branches iu which individual pictures 30 cents apiece. week. already a great aid. m eocce?o-eocc?9co9ooco- .nSmrin. muni g. iwi n ipwfa tJfrji j th,o of r - AQfrfetAmm la&Sa am i EEJRlGGl c li felfei ! I ". i rr i J.W.SWEENEY FEED and SALE STABLE. DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. POST ED The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. ts-vil- le, will receive into its capacious maw an the way from Hi'teen to twenty acres Sqnire R Pai'sons ' JnoM Farra of com. dependiug. of course, on the size and stand. In this one point of W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price That Kentucky will be released from economy in storage space the silo Is E F Herring W A Price quarantine, with the National Govern- worthy of consideration. W S Embry S L Rich ment has placed on sheep in this State Some medical authorities still stout-!- y Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin by March 1st, is now certain. Dr. A. ETOH! ITCH! maintain that bovine tuberculosis is o Dave Thompson J W Sweeney J. Payne, of the United States not transferable to human beings, but and rub ru'i anil scrat-- h Scratch L T Rice has charge of a corps of even more authorities contend that it Jas Sutton until you feel as if jou could almost government inspectors at work in this is and point to numerous "Instances tear the burning skin from your body Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels until it seems as if you could ni 3 B Anderson H C Arnold State, stated recently that a lonjrer endure throe endless dajs o where the milk from tubercular cows jiwful torture those terrib'.e nisht V G Anderson, II C Hamilton, of the sheep inflected with scabies has caused the disease in thoe drinkof sleepless agony. G Y Conn wouid be started Feb. 1st, and that by ing it. The individual has the choice j H Brown Then a. few dreps of D. I. D., t! famous Kczemj. Sprcii:c and. Oh! wh? ' W Conn J G Conn March ltt, he thought nearly every of holding whichever view he pleases, telief! The Itch Kne instantly! Coi fort and rest al G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co, county in the state would be released but if he is sensible he will err on the D. 1). D. ils a simple externa! wa safe side. Dr. W Burnett from the government quarantine Irs Maggie Boulden that cleanses ars.l heals the Iiil'nm r.ksn as nothing Ie can. A recosjniy G Gay W K Leavell rppcifie for .Eczema, Psoriasis Sgp The several railroads running W. B. Burton went over to Lexingtrouble. Dunn Kheum or any other John Boian We can give you a full size lpt ton last week and bought of Charley through the western counties of KanG Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath T). 15. D. remedy i 'transport seed of the Thompson eleven mules, he selected sas have offered to bottle to f 1.00 and if the very firnt co- -t vou ooth Thompson R. E. Thompsan wheat to the farmers there free of to Rive relief It will not this number from a large number W. Simpson T. JL, Arnold, Jr. cent. charge In order to help them out of We al".o r?n srive you a sample ho which Mr. Thompson had on hand, they CT Henderson. S. . H. Posey. the straits into which they have been 25 cents. Why suffer anothi tie for fiay when you can set D. D. D.? 5. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. were unusually fine animals and Mr. forced as a result of the protracted Burton paid $220. per head for them. drought. As a further aid bankers and R E. McRoberts & Son R. L. Burton. W. Bradshaw. Mr. Burton shipped on Monday a car others are loaning on easy terms monload of mules consisting of 22 head to ey with which the seed wheat may be Seen any of BAILEY'S Wilson Live Stock Co. at Wilson N. C, purchased. SSJ3&50J3JgPMg the bunch having cost him on an averlocalities it has been found age of $210. per head. The Lexington In some that Canada thistles multiply only by purchase was included in this shipment. the root system and not by seed. This TTU" rTO' Js seems to be due In part at least to 4 f Vw-V-- r www - m u the fact Hint there are two types of Two Lives. Saved plants, one bearing male or stamiuate "Neithei my sister nor myself might blossoms and the other female or pisTre tell yea how, and pay best market rr.Ci.T. V.'e are cliiiers; estab'.isliej if it had not been for tillate. Neither type will produce seed be living : iir3; auJcan do U2TTER for you It's worth a look, its MORE than Dr. King's New Discovery" writes A. by Itself, and the pistillate blossoms tira stents or ccmaiiss;on worth the price nothing like it in town ' so only when there are stand-natinferences any ban!: ii D. McDonald of Fayetteville, N. C. R. will do Don't buv it if vou are alraid or a Write for weekly ptice list. b!ooms near by to fertilize F. D. No. 8 "for we both had fright- them. LI. SA2EL & SOWS "spoiled" cook. & C3 E. tirkst SL LOUISVILLE, KY. ful coughs that no other remedy could Coders in Fu.io, HI0S, WOOL. help. We were told my sister had con- Were the facts known doubtless g!gs&mM& mysterious i barn burning sumption. She was very weak and had many night sweats but ycur wonderful medi- might be traced to spontaneous comcine completely cured us both. It's the bustion of mows of clover hay stowed For away without proper curing. In suche best I ever used or heard of. is the result of a fermen-livsore lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage, cases the tire chemical reaction similar to that lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup, which takes place in a manure pile. whooping cough, all bronchial troubles, A close watch should be kept on all its supreme. Trial bcttle free. 50o and mows of clover hay where there is $1.00. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts a possibility that such a condition H Tvl ,fVV. lm might exist. & Son. Monday was a good court day in point ol the number of stock on the market and people in town. There were a grtat many mules and plug horses here and everyone was anxious to sell, the scaicity and high price of feed forcing them on the market, but there were few buyers and consequent- ly byf few changed hands. What is said lo be Ihe most massive A Loudon physician recently drank world said to tree (not the tallest) iu the Mil la. a glass of Thames river water stands in the churchyard at ha contained 2."0.000.000 typhoid fe- Mexico. It is a tule tree and has a cirver germs, but did not seem to suffer A strange any ill effects from it. The layman cumference of lit! feet that its cirthing about the tree is, will be paruoned for the inference that cumference has not Increased perimmunity from the disease may have ceptibly in the past 300 years. Its been due to an overdose. age is placed at several thousand years. The tree shows signs ot deA point decidedly in favor of the silo cline and decay, but special care is beIs its capacity for holding large ing taken to perpetuate it if possible. amounts of fodder in a limited area. A silo having a size of Mr. Jack Pennington who broke his leg sometime ago in Louisville is im- Paint Lick, Kentucky. proving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. II by 30 feel IT0B! Govern-ment,wh- The exhibits of beef breeds made at state fairs within the past few weeks simply emphasize the need of such changes iu the rules of jtulgitig beef cattle as will make it possible for their owners to 'diow them in normal and breeding condition rather than in that demanded for "fat steers." It is high time that the fellows most interested those who have valuable animals virtually ruined by getting them over-fa-t COLDS VANISH. a kick for exhibition-register- ed so loud that it would be heard dis- The Sensible Overnight Remedy For tinctly by those having cattle exhibitions in charge. sible People. D. Carter and child j ren were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop and family Sunday. Mr. I. C. Lane the new merchant Office over Mla Arnold's Millinery. has about completed his new dwelling house and is ready to move into it. Mr. C. S. Robinson who was building a new residence but on account of cola weather waited till spring to finish and rented property near the oil well. Mr. Cash Kinnard was found dead below the Eph Mason place Fridaj morning in the road near Fall Lick Oiliice at Sweeney' Livery Stable. was supposed to of froze to death he -- -- Kentucky. was buried in the Paint Lick cemetary Lancaster, Sunday. Offlcc over Office Hours J. M. K. Denny, DENTIST L. Or. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. .m to 12. 1 p. in. to 1. Stormes Drug Store B- Sen- F. "Walter. DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 65. las-t- ! '. Black Star -- COAL? i to-da- I mer-cisn'- s. I.ou-ijvill- s. e 227-23-- :t - H. C. BAILEY. , J 7 . a: J I r- -- New Phones. 337-- H - Arnold, Henry & Store. Office Res. Res. 6 310-- Burnett A H Elliott Burnside, Robt 392-Burton, R. I. , 161 Conn Bros. 357-Cotton, C. S. Q Hardware. Res. Res. Res. Res. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer tn vntr white men. black men. red men drunken men. deaf men. dumb men lame men. sicic men. rag men. bad men: citizens ineligible by law to vote -- minors, idiots, insane, criminals women." Bertha Knobe 'fMf Ivnnc nllofhln lir Imp- - Law's Dictum. 378-- J 220 Center, Walter, Elliott, Dr. W. M. 174-Fox, J. C. 199 Farmer's Union B G While it is somehow contrary to the idea that most of us are used to that .cows should be in pasture during the growing seasou- -a good many tests .that have been made show that they , WW do jut as well or better and will keep healthy if kept housed during the entire year, so far as their supply of feed is concerned. Of course this is not the case where the quarters in which the cows are kept are poorly lighted and improperly ventilated. Store. 393-- Res. Gosney, N. J. Furniture. 5 Hurt & Anderson. 1C5 Hurt F. G. Re. 387-Res. Office Phone 31. Kurtz H. M. Residence Phone Res." 387-Locker B. Res, 239 Long J. P. LANCASTER. KY. 186 Lan. Tobocco Ware House 69 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. Res. 21 Logan H. T. Res. Joian 323 Moore Henry Whitefi Co. 339-Mahan J. Q. Res. KY. 363-.Res. Established 1837 Mahan J. W. 374-- S Res. i::;:3iBUrkctprieepaId Morgan G. A. 385-Res. McMillan Lige FURS 392-Office. Montgomery Dr. and HIDES. Res. WOOL 202 Perkins E. W. CCKKIIilON 363-Res. Pope & Vaughn. A K Q S B r U weak, women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you are weak you need Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will acf directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- d, and-shak- The answer of the average agricultural paper to the frequent query, is the best dairy breed?" is , "What just about as evasive and elastic as the answer to that other famous poser, j , r the papers are correct in at least one point, and that is that the individual will do best to pick out the breed he likes best, as after all success depends more upon the man and the care than Upon havingthis or that breed of cows. The law has much good sense to :opjraend it which has recently been snacted in some states, whereby the nearby town schools is met by the scliool district iu which they live and not by the individual parent or guard- lan. as heretofore. This arrangement makes possible a fuller utilization of the advantages, of good town schools MJJU uiAiJtijci wi ii'iii'icrt i iiu the double tax which he has heretofore "now old is Ann?" However, most of B G Perhaps there is no single phase of After you have upset your stomach buttermaklng. aside from the utmost with pills, powders and vile nostrums cleanliness of all utensils used in the and still retain possession of that terhandling of milk, cream and butter, rible cold, do what thousands of sensi- JItii- to cn fmnnfttluf i hit cimnln mot- Do this: ter of coollug all cream before It l3 ble people are doing. Into a bowl three quarters full of boil added to the cream supply already on hand. The reason for this is that if ing water pour a scant teaspoonful of warm cream is added to the cold there HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-mis set up at once a rapid souring and cover head and bowl with a towel and ripening process that is very detrimen- breathe for five minutes the soothing, tal to butter quality if it occurs auy healing vapor that arises. considerable time before churning. Then go to bed and awake with a Every bultermaker knows this as a clear head in the morning. HYOMEI first principle, the A or B of his business. Every farmer should remember doe3 not contain opium, cocaine or any harmful drag. A bottle of HYOMEI it. Inhalant costs 50 cents at K. E. McSugar is now $S per hundredweight Roberts & Son and druggists everyin New York city and on the climb where- Guaranteed for catarrh, asthWhile it Is the contention of the trust ma, croup and catarrhal deafness. that this high price is due to a big shortage in the world's crop, it is con Grandfather's Clock. tended by others who claim to know that there has never been a larger (By G. M. Hendren, M. D.) amount of sugar afloat In the hannHs of trade than now The layman ha- It's standing yet against the wall, the sneaking opinion that tiie mist has Grandfather's clock, so grim and tall. us all on the hip and is making hay It's "tick, tick" measures o'er and shines-f- or Ones exacted while the sun o'er. from it in recent government Miits and Departing time just as of yore. for a nest egg against the rainy day But, as to and fro the pendulum. of prospective tariff revision whatever the causes, the holdup Is Beats solemn as a fun'ral drum, makiug political gunpowder and dyna- That marks with even, measured tread mite faster than any mill ever put In The long procession of the dead, operation. How I remember days of joy. I had at Grandpa's when a hoy; The close of the present summer season has served to emphasize more When tired at night and tucked in bed, clearly than ever the damage to ap With blinking eyes and drowsy head. pies trees and fruit as a result of in- I'd watch Grandma before she goes, fection with spores of the cedar rust. To seek her own well earned repose, Unfortunately one ot the most highly Then with her fond old hands begin. prized of all our fall apples, the To wind that dear old clock again. Wealthy, seems for some reason or anThe'n, too, Grandpa bestirs himself. other to be peculiarly susceptible to And lays his pipe upon the shelf, damage by the rust Some trees we have noticed during the past few weeks As the old clock on stroke of nine. have been well uigh defoliated through Proclaims the hour of his bedtime; infection of the leaves with numerous Turns out the cat and pins the c'oor, rust spots, while as a result of this See's that the fire is covered o'er, unhealthy conditiou of the leaves or Blows out the light and slowly goes. lungs of the tre the fruit i not uprc To bed, and to blissful repose. than of its usual size, and scrawny and diseased at llujt. It be Oh! yes 'tis standing against the wall, While grimly looming over all, uln to look as though, if the owners of Wealthy orchards don't "do" the It's solemn tick, ticks seem to say; cedars in the vicinity or spray very "The days they come, they pas away, carefully.thp cedar rust will "do" their While I remain though years have sped. orchards. If thi rut infestation1 is as And my old friends forever fled, much worse nest year than this, as To dole to those who here remain, this year's was than last year's, thouThe seconds all that life can claim." sands of trees will perish. The problem is one that every orchard owner Although we plan for years to come. Only the moments, one by one, should look into carefully. Are ours, just as that faithful clock. Proclaims them with its sad tick, tick; SOUR STOMACH. The measure of a fleeting breath, A moment span tween life and death. Gas Atfd Heartburn Stopped In five Mic- - Heaven to mortals only gave. In the procession to the grave. f J e) H. J. TINSLEY, sicre. County Surveyor, piion--k as-- j. OSicc over F. G. Hurt a furniture Lancaster, Kentucky .C Ii. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glase4 f I:tcl. Satisfaction Guaranteed. V3 teoooooeoQOooooooocoeoo90ooooo s Cut 3 Flowers "1 of QUALITY. - Ware McRoberts. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts an? U. S. District Court. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 Henry L. Gassy, d.v.s VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Inlands. United fctates Army Office Telephone &! at Logan's Stable. and rsi. DANVILLE. KIT Oakdale Herd of Registered Durecs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. one-thir- d J. F. ROEINSON. Lancaster, Ky. TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE Lancaster. Dry Cleaning Co I will remain at old stand, on public square, for cleaning and pressing ladies and mens garments. Hats cleaned and blocked, shoe repairing. Phone 34p. Join the pressing Club 1.50 per month. Pressing and shoes polished. 400-384-- U Res. 383-Res. For Sale. 354-- B Res. Rainey J. T. 329-Res. Ray Mrc. Eliza Having decided to quit farming, I Res. will offer my farm of 122 acres, 95 ex 164 Rose G. C. 379-Res. tra sheep, horses, mules, implements Rose Dr. B. C. "ReB, ect At a bargain for 60 days. A gol 93 Riley J. L. 85 Robinson Mrs. J. C. Res. den opportunity iok a good home situMeats. ated on pike 1J mile to Lowell 2J mile 50 Ross & Whitlock. 400-Schooler Roy. Res. Paint Lick and 8 miles to Lancaster 213 Turner & Carpenter. Store. near railroad station, convenient to 385-Res, schooj and three churches. This is the TurnerJoe 338-Walker Kempn Res. most convenient farm in the county. 192 Walker Alex. Res. Good 8 room house, stock and tobacco 86 Walker'& Herndon. Livery. barn, and all necessary out building?. Res. Good tobacco, corn and wheat land, 102 41 Wherritt W. H. Res. acres in grass and balance in rye. 38 Zanone Miss Margaret. 397 Bishop Miss Fannie. Res. Come and look at this place and get the Veterinay. price and terms. P. ST50 acres adjoin360 Dr.- R. L. Pontiusr ing this farm can be bought. m A U M Pierce Joe. Rankin T. C. Rankin James Store. jjfgs. . h. Good Price For Tobacco. VI. Faulkner, fllgr. ThQ Woman's Tonic H H H Q - Mrs, Effie Grahlbi, of Willard, Ky says; H was so weak I could hardly go. I suffered, nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after, I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am in good health." Bedn taking Cardui, today. jr Bastin Telephone Company Incorporated. W. Of King, Lowell, Ky. Get rid of indigestion. Or dyspepsia, or whatever you cal , , yur stomacn nu,ery. !. :,i i., 1AJV c,,.,.,.. UIr LUC LUIIUI1J i Drive out the sourness !,. tn JU1U III OtllUFUl Lift off the heaviness. and tuition in the town school school Stop the fermentation of food. for those of his children who attended. Banish gas, heartburn, foul breath, dizziness, headache, nervousness, night sweats and bad dreams forever. Death In Roaring Fire tabGet a 50 cent box of lets at R. E. McRoberts & Son today may not result from the work of fire- - they guarantee them for any of the bugs, but often severe burns are caus- - disease's named above or for any stom- s.cli distress ed that makes a quick need for Buck- - j No better prescription for indigestion len's ArnicaSalve, the quickest, surest was ever written. MI"-Nthe stomach vigor- cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, I 'ous and to digest food sores. T. soothes and heals. Dnves off withoutdja4r sale by.R E;. skin eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only Roberts g$Soh and druggists every- 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. ' " lm ! where. ' ,: ; :i . . MI-O-N- A A Mr. Faank Land of Stone, Ky. his crop of tobacco at the Central Tobacco Warehouse Co Lexington aj: the following prices. 2oc 20 pounds at 42Q pounds at 22c 22c 40 pounds at 20c 6Q pounds at 19jc 575, pounds at 2Qc 345 pounds at . 10c 60 pounds at 18c 215 pounds at 18c 190 pounds at 55 pounds 40 pounds 170 pounds JiFruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Ete. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. nes .-- at 6ic 14Jc k at at 8c '5c H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons., Lexington, Kentuctv. ' t- " i. - t: Average, Of Crop -- $9 3?4f! - m r& -- r . -- -- t - v, -- .j&ir -Z vri.. - SM: '& ..' ' ., -- - -- -,. A